1942
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1942.01500170049007
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Cutaneous Fistulas of Dental Origin

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“…The differentiation of inflammatory from neoplastic lesions may at times be very difficult, both for the clinician and the pathologist 1 . We have seen deeply penetrating basal‐cell carcinomas of the lower part of the face mimic dental sinuses clinically and we have seen dental sinuses mimic neoplasia.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 83%
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“…The differentiation of inflammatory from neoplastic lesions may at times be very difficult, both for the clinician and the pathologist 1 . We have seen deeply penetrating basal‐cell carcinomas of the lower part of the face mimic dental sinuses clinically and we have seen dental sinuses mimic neoplasia.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 83%
“…Sinus tracts emanating from apical abscesses may open upon the mucosal or cutaneous surface very close to the diseased tooth, and the canine fossae are frequently involved. However, some such tracts meander much greater distances, 1,2 opening at times so far away that suspicion of possibility of a dental sinus may be much less.…”
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“…In such cases, the usual site of skin emption is submental but close to the submandibular region (2). Very uncommon sites of cutaneous drainage include the perinasal region (8), inner canthus (9), neck (10), and, exceptionally, the chest (11) or thighs (12).…”
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