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complication of dental disease is the formation of odontogenic abscesses and secondary osteomyelitis. 8 , 9 While odontogenic abscesses are common in rabbits, the pathophysiology is not currently well understood. 10 – 12 Although dental disease and

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Cysts are pathological, epithelial-lined cavities containing fluid or semisolid material. 1,2 Odontogenic cysts are derived from odontogenic epithelium and can be developmental or the result of an inflammatory process. 2,3 A number of subtypes

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Odontogenic tumors are neoplasms derived from ectodermal, ectomesenchymal, or mesenchymal components of the tooth-forming apparatus. 1 Reactive lesions of the gingiva can sometimes manifest with a gross appearance similar to that of odontogenic

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Odontogenic cysts are mandibular or maxillary cavitations lined with odontogenic epithelium. Identification and classification of specific odontogenic cysts in animals are improving, particularly in dogs and largely because of increasing

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suggestive of an odontogenic cystic tumor. Few plump polygonal nucleated, basophilic cells without malignancy features were seen in a tight cluster. Bacterial culture was negative for growth. On histologic examination of excised tissue is a multilobulate

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term “syndrome of dental disease” or “progressive syndrome of acquired dental disease” was proposed. 8 Acquired dental disease may be accompanied by the development of odontogenic abscesses; however, they can also occur in rabbits with good dentition

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value adjustment for multiple tests. All analyses were conducted in R version 4.2.2 (The R Foundation). Results Three hundred eighty-one dogs met the inclusion criteria for the study. There were 31.5% (120/381) odontogenic and 68.5% (261

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of dental spurs. 1 , 2 Periapical odontogenic infections are a common sequela to dental disease in rabbits and are defined as abscess formation in the periapical region of the tooth. 1 – 3 If the periapical abscess is associated with maxillary teeth

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for staging oral neoplasia. 1 This is compounded by the high prevalence of odontogenic tumors that carry a relatively low, but not null, 2 metastatic risk, challenging the value of preoperative screening tests in this subtype of oral cancer

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Neoplasms of the oral cavity can be odontogenic or nonodontogenic in origin and malignant or benign in biological behavior. 1,2 It is estimated that 50% of oral neoplasms in dogs are malignant; early diagnosis and aggressive treatment are crucial

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