Revista da Sociedade Portuguesa de Dermatologia e Venereologia (2020-09-01)

Odontogenic Cutaneous Fistula: A Diagnosis to be Remembered by the Dermatologist

  • Gustavo Moreira Amorim,
  • Ingrid Reuwsaat Paul,
  • Bruna Molozzi,
  • Solange Emanuelle Volpato Steckert,
  • Beatriz Biazussi,
  • Roberto Moreira Amorim Filho

DOI
https://doi.org/10.29021/spdv.78.3.1182
Journal volume & issue
Vol. 78, no. 3

Abstract

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Odontogenic cutaneous fistulas occur mostly on the mandibula but we report a case due to a periapical infection of a maxillar teeth with a less frequent location: a 32 years-old female patient with an erythematous nodular lesion in the nasogenian sulcus for about 1 year that recurred after surgery. Examination of the oral cavity showed darkening of the upper arch canine tooth, ipsilateral to the skin lesion and imaging examination confirmed a periapical infection responsible for the extra-oral cutaneous fistula.

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