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 This work was devoted to improve the effectiveness of early diagnosis and treatment of patients with cystic odontogenic jaws of various origins, are prone to relapse and aggressive infiltrative growth. Of the 110 cases analyzed, the most common type of inflammatory cysts were radicular cysts (76.4%) and cysts with signs of keratinization of the epithelium (23,6%). Average age – 35,2 years. The peak incidence (47,3%) was recorded in the fourth decade in age from 41 to 60 years. The overall ratio of male to female ratio was 1:1.3. 

keratokistoznaya odontogenic tumor, cystostomy, cystectomy, ortokeratoz
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