Odontogenic keratocyst (OKC) arising in the orbital floor: a
Published in the journal Clinical Case Reports, the authors describe a case of a 22‐year‐old woman with a vague pain on the left side of the face, episodic headaches, diplopia, and intermittent epiphora, which following a clinical examination and investigations were attributed to an ectopic third molar in the floor of the orbit.

Physicians from other streams of medicine were unable to identify the source of pain. The ectopic tooth caused by odontogenic keratocyst (OKC) was enucleated with complete resolution of symptoms.

Key Clinical Message
The case illuminates the likelihood of a dental pathology presenting with discrete signs and symptoms and the importance of the differential diagnosis of some incongruent clinical entities.

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