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condition with VITAL with asymptomatic Dense bone island radiopacity in mandibular molar or premolar area with well-defined borders and same density as cortical boneIdiopathic Osteosclerosis (aka Enostosis)
Asymptomatic Bone-producing reaction to low‐grade periapical or periodontal diseaseSclerosing Osteitis
bone producing reaction with non-vital toothinflammatory sclerosing osteitis
bone producing reaction with vital toothidiopathic sclerosing osteitis
Excessive deposition of secondary cementum on rootsHypercementosis
2 systemic diseases associated with multiple teeth with hypercementosisPaget's disease & Gardner's syndrome
main complication of hypercementosisdifficulty extracting
radiopaque growth around apices of root and radiolucent halo around growth, most commonly in women over 30 and believed to be related to hormonal causePeriodical Cemento-osseus dysplasia
T/F: Teeth are vital in Periapical Cemento-Osseous DysplasiaTrue
T/F: Teeth are vital Inflammatory Sclerosing OsteitisFalse
periapical growth with very defined with borders. radiopaque rim and a radiolucent halo is ______ ____-_____ ______; is tooth vital?Peri-apical Cemento-osseous Dysplasia; Yes, vital
True neoplasm of functional cementoblastsCementoblastoma
type of neoplasm that USUALLY occurs in patients under 20 yoCementoblastoma
Painful periodical growth of Mottled or dense mass (described as “wheel spoke” pattern) with a radiolucent periphery and a corticated borderCementoblastoma
Is tooth vital with cementoblastoma?Yes
painful Wheel-spoke pattern growth of mottled or dense mass in periapical area that results in root resorptionCementoblastoma
Which gender and age group is affected most commonly by cementoblastoma?Males under 20
Which gender and age group is affected most commonly by Periapical Cemento-osseus Dysplasia?Females over 30
Benign tumor of osteoblasts most frequently seen in male children, most commonly seen in vertebraeOsteoblastoma
Osteoblastoma is seen at the apices of (vital/non-vital) teethVital
Average age of occurrence for osteoblastoma17yo (usually male)
Cementoblastoma & Osteoblastoma: Which occurs more frequently in the mandibleCementoblastoma (3x more common in mandible)
Cementoblastoma & Osteoblastoma: Which occurs more frequently in the maxillaOsteoblastoma
Growth of this benign lesion's Occlusal aspect may extend superior to the normal level of alveolar boneOsteoblastoma (malignant would be sign of sarcoma)
Extremely rare and extremely painful bone lesion in the jaws, Male:Female 2:1, Pain is nocturnal in nature and out of proportion to the small size of the lesion, pain relieved by anti-inflammatory (salicylate) drugsOsteoid Osteoma
Extremely painful bone lesion with bulls-eye appearance that is close to the inferior cortical and usually smaller than <1cmOsteoid Osteoma
Asymptomatic, Slow-downward-growing, Mixed-density lesion found in the posterior mandible (80% of the time) often with a radiolucent rim (fibrous capsule)Cemento-ossifying Fibroma
Cemento-Ossifying Fibroma appears exclusively in ____ bonesfacial
Growth effects on surrounding tissue usually taken into account(presence/pattern of) root resorption & Bony expansion vs. cortical bone obliteration

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