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Volume 15 , Issue 4
July/August 2000

Pages 583–586


Postoperative Maxillary Cyst Following Sinus Bone Graft: Report of a Case

Rémi Lockhart, MD, Jules Ceccaldi, DDS, Oral Surgeon, Jacques Charles Bertrand, MD


PMID: 10960993

Sinus bone grafting with autogenous bone is routinely performed to allow placement of endosseous dental implants. Although numerous maxillary sinuses have been successfully grafted, some complications of this procedure have been reported. These include maxillary sinusitis, resorption, infection and possible failure of grafts, loss of implants after 1-stage surgery, and oroantral fistulae. Only one case of postoperative maxillary cyst developing in the graft has been reported in the literature. Here, the authors report a similar case that necessitated grafting of the cyst with autologous iliac bone. (Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants 2000;15:583–586) Key words: bone transplantation, cysts, endosseous dental implants, maxillary sinus


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