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Histological comparison of parakeratinised and orthokeratinised primordial cysts (keratocysts).
Observations on the pathogenesis of primordial cysts.
The old theory that primordial cyst forms due to cystic changes in whole of the tooth primordium before the formation of dental hard tissues, dictates the importance of missing tooth in the dental arch of the patients with OKCs.
In addition, less likely consideration included locally aggressive odontogenic lesions, such as ameloblastic fibro-odontoma, as well as other entities consisting of calcifying odontogenic cyst (Gorlin cyst), adenomatoid odontogenic tumor, and primordial cysts (keratocyst).