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Table V

Clinical and radiological features of odontogenic cysts lined by an ameloblastomatous epithelium [1,2,7].

  Clinical features Radiological features
Calcifying odontogenic cyst Rare cyst (< 1%), 2nd − 3rd decades of life. Some cases arise from gingiva. May be associated with an odontoma. Well-defined unilocular radiolucent or mixed lesion, sometimes associated with an odontoma. Teeth displacement, root resorption, cortical bone thinning are possible (Fig. 7A)  
Unicystic ameloblastoma 5–22% of all ameloblastoma, 2nd − 3rd decades of life with predilection for posterior mandible Unilocular well-defined radiolucency, often associated with an impacted tooth. Root resorption and cortical perforation are frequent (Figs. 7B and C)

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