Is Ultrasonography Useful in the Diagnosis of Nasolabial Cyst?

Acar, Ahmet H.; Yolcu, Ümit; Asutay, Fatih
January 2014
Case Reports in Dentistry;2014, p1
Academic Journal
Case Study
Nasolabial cysts are nonodontogenic cysts that occur beneath the ala nasi. Its pathogenesis is uncertain. Because the nasolabial cyst is a soft tissue lesion, plain radiographs are useless. CT and MRI should be evaluated. In this report, a nasolabial cyst is described including its features on ultrasonography (USG) and CT exams.


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