Publications by authors named "Luiz Henrique Godoi Marola"

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Hybrid ameloblastoma and central giant cell lesion: Challenge of early diagnosis.

J Clin Exp Dent 2020 Feb 1;12(2):e204-e208. Epub 2020 Feb 1.

Department of Pathology, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Florianopolis, Santa Catarina, Brazil.

Hybrid lesions encompass the occurrence of different entities in one lesion. A 67-year-old woman was referred to the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Service for treatment of mandibular Central Giant Cell Lesion (CGCL) previously diagnosed. Intraoral examination revealed edentulism and a painless swelling extending from the alveolar ridge to the buccal vestibule with hard consistency covered by normal mucosae, with unknown duration. Panoramic radiograph revealed a large, multilocular and well-defined radiolucent lesion extending from the region of left mandibular lateral incisor teeth to right mandibular first molar with no evidence of osseous perforation. Initially, a treatment with intralesional injection of corticosteroids was performed. After 18 months of treatment, an increase in size of the osteolytic lesion was noted. An incisional biopsy was carried out and the microscopic examination revealed a unicystic ameloblastoma associated to CGCL. It was performed marsupialization and later the enucleation of residual lesion. The follow-up remains being performed. Hybrid lesion, central giant cell lesion, ameloblastoma.
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February 2020

Primary intraosseous carcinoma of the maxilla arising from an odontogenic keratocyst: a case report and review of the literature.

Gen Dent 2019 Nov-Dec;67(6):26-32

A 47-year-old man was referred for treatment of a painful lesion of 5 months' duration located on the left side of the maxilla. A small perforation in the buccal cortex was observed during the intraoral examination. Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) showed an extensive, well-delimited radiolucent lesion extending from the alveolar ridge to the nasal cavity. An incisional biopsy was performed, and a cystic lesion consistent with an odontogenic keratocyst (OKC) was observed microscopically. The initial treatment option was decompression to be followed by enucleation. However, 3 months after decompression of the lesion, the patient returned because there was a significant increase in the size of the perforation. A destructive lytic lesion that involved the left side of the maxilla and crossed the midline was evident in the CBCT. The examination of a second incisional biopsy specimen showed epithelial neoplasia comprising islands and projections toward the surface. There was abundant keratin deposition, resulting in the formation of pearls and plugs. A diagnosis of primary intraosseous carcinoma arising from an OKC was confirmed, and the patient underwent a maxillectomy. After 1 year of follow-up, there were no signs of recurrence.
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December 2019