Odontogenic Keratocyst (OKC)

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For adaptogenic neuroticism clinical features and largest predominantly in an anterior posterior direction, how can we remember this? Let's look at the abbreviation of adaptogenic neuroticism, which is okay. See, now, we're going to suppose that the opening of the Oh open anteriorly because the opening of this the opposite to it opens posterior they are phases mystery. So when the OKC wants to enlarge, it would enlarge through these two openings, right? It would enlarge like this. So it's enlarged and to proceed at another clinical feature is that adaptogenic practices can occur in any site within the jaws, with about two thirds of the cases occurring in the mandible, mostly in the posterior body and ramus area.

How can we remember that now Let's look at the K within OKC Dante genic neuroticism is almost the only system that has a K within its spelling. So you have to focus on the key here it is in the center, the center of attention. decay has a long stick, which is the ramus and there is a small angle between the long stick and the smaller lower stick, which makes up the posterior body of the mandible. Okay, Cassatt imagine that these two K's are the ramus amps here, buddy, with the curve between them being the interior, buddy, just have to imagine this and picture it, you will remember it another clinical feature is that multiple okay seas are one of the characteristic features of the new void basal cell carcinoma syndrome, also known as Gorlin goal. syndrome. We first want to remember that Guerlain gold is another name for the void basal cell carcinoma syndrome.

How can you remember this? Here is how nivo basal cell carcinoma syndrome. Let's look at the first parts in the void bays. The Void bays. Sounds like Navy base. Now people are soldiers working at the Navy base usually have strong powerful names, just like these two soldiers here.

One has the name Gorlin and the other has the name Gold's. So who works at the Navy base, Gorlin and Gold's work in the Navy base, which is nice avoid basal cell carcinoma syndrome. Now the other part that we have to remember is that multiple okay these are one of the characteristic features of Gorlin Gold's syndrome. How can we remember multiple OKC multiple O. K's? Imagine someone as a leader of a group that is saying, okay, okay, go go. So multiple.

Okay. I mean, go go, which is Gorlin gold syndrome. Multiple. Okay. See multiple okays. Okay, okay, go go Gorlin gold syndrome.

The final clinical feature is that OKC has a high recurrence rate similar to that of a neoplasm. That multiple Okay, see, okay. See, these three letters are very similar to the three letters that starts at the word occurrence. So much But OKC is multiple occurrence or recurrence.

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