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Title: Benign and Malignant Neoplasms Affecting Periodontal Tissues: A Retrospective Study
Authors: Güney, Zeliha
Önder, Canan
Kurgan, Şivge
Günhan, Meral
Günhan, Ömer
Issue Date: 2022
Abstract: Introduction: Oral neoplasms are the second most common oral lesions after reactive proliferative lesions. The aim of this study is to determine the distribution of the oral neoplasms by gender and age, and briefly discussed the clinical manifestations, diagnosis, and treatments of these lesions. Materials and Methods: To collect the study material, a pathological retrospective archive analysis has been performed and 61 oral neoplasm cases were determined in a total of 423 samples. 61 biopsies and clinical data of patients were studied and classified based on their histopathologic diagnosis, age, gender, and frequency. Results: In our study, a total of 61 neoplastic lesions were examined, and the mean age was 45.5 ±18.2. The most common lesion in the oral neoplastic lesion is leukoplakia (n=15, 24.59%). This is followed by squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) (n =13, 21.31%) and squamous papilloma (n =11, 18.03%). The rest are gingival granular cell tumor, hemangioma, odontoma, lipoma, mucosal nevus, myxoma, ameloblastoma, leukemia, melanoma, lymphoma, and osteosarcoma. Conclusion: This study provided important data on the frequency and histological distribution of oral benign and malign neoplasms. This study also highlights the diagnosis, and management of these oral neoplasms for the dentists.
ISSN: 2757-6744
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