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CHAPTER OUTLINE

BASIC SURGICAL GOALS
Eradication of Pathologic Condition
Functional Rehabilitation of Patient
SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF CYSTS AND CYSTLIKE
lESIONS OF THE JAWS
Enucleation
Indications
Advantages
Disadvantages
Technique
Marsupialization
Indications
Advantages
Disadvantages
Technique
Enucleation after Marsupialization
Indications
Advantages
Disadvantages
Technique
Enucleation with Curettage
Indications
Advantages
Disadvantages
Technique

PRINCIPLES OF SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF JAW.
TUMORS
Aggressiveness of lesion
Anatomic location of lesion
Maxilla versus Mandible
Proximity to Adjacent Vital Structures
Size of Tumor
lntraosseous versu~ .£xtraoss~ous location
D~rationorlesiorr
Reconstructive Efforts
Jaw Tumors Treated with Enucleation, Curettage, or
Both
Technique
Jaw Tumors Treated with Marginal or Partial
Resection
Technique
MALIGNANT TUMORS OF THE ORAL CAVITY
Treatment Modalities for Malignancies
Radiotherapy
Chemotherapy
Surgery
SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF BENIGN lESIO~S IN
ORAL SOFT TISSUES
RECONSTRUCTION OF JAWS AFTER REMOVAL OF ORAL
TUMORS

The specific surgical techniques. for treatment of oral pathologic lesions can be as varied as those for surgical management of any other entity.
Each clinician surgically treats patients using techniques based on previous training, biases, experience, personal skill, intuition, and ingenuity. The purpose of this chapter is not to describe the specifics of surgical techniques for management of individual oral pathologic lesions but
to present basic principles that can be applied to a variety of techniques to satisfactorily treat patients. Discussion of this topic is made easier by the fact that many different lesions can be treated in much the same manner, as is outlined later.

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