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Lateral

A transfer to another department or division without a promotion or increase in responsibility. A lateral may not come with a raise or bonus, and the term implies that it may not be desirable.
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Standish and Shafer in 1958 first reported a well-documented case of a lateral periodontal cyst.
The resemblance between dental lamina rests and the glycogen rich epithelial islands of the lateral periodontal cyst raises the possibility of a dental lamina source.
Botryoid variations of lateral periodontal cyst would present with multilocular appearance.
Current study reported that lateral periodontal cysts accounts 6% of all odontogenic cysts which is different from the study of Altini et al.
Lateral periodontal cysts arising in periapical sites: a report of two cases.
Unilocular OKCs can be located periapically, simulating periapical cysts; surrounding the crown of unerupted teeth, simulating dentigerous cysts; between the roots of teeth, simulating lateral periodontal cysts or lateral radicular cysts; or in the maxillary midline, simulating nasopalatine duct cysts.