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Table VII

Clinical and radiological features of non-odontogenic cysts lined by an epithelium with mucous or ciliated cells [1,2,7,20].

  Clinical features Radiological features
Nasopalatine duct cyst Cyst arising in the midline of anterior hard palatine, in the incisive canal, between the central upper incisors that remain generally vitals. Unilocular and symmetrical ”heart-shape” radiolucency between upper incisors, greater than 6 mm (normal diameter of nasopalatine duct)
Surgical ciliated cyst Cyst caused by a traumatic or iatrogenic implantation of respiratory epithelium in jaw bones (especially maxillary bone) Well-defined unilocular radiolucency, that may fill the sinus for largest maxillary lesions

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