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Table 1 Diagnostic criteria of Gorlin–Goltz syndrome

From: Multiple odontogenic keratocysts in Ehlers–Danlos syndrome: a rare case report

  Major criteria Minor criteria
1 Presence of more than two basal cell carcinomas (BCC) or a history of one BCC below the age of 20 years Macrocephaly
2 OKC in the jaw (confirmed histologically) Congenital anomalies—cleft lip-palate, coarse face, hypertelorism, frontal bossing
3 Three or more palmoplantar pits Skeletal anomalies—Sprengel deformity, pectus deformity, syndactyly
4 Falx cerebri calcification Radiologic anomalies—sella turcica bridging, vertebral anomalies including hemivertebra and combined vertebral corpi, flame-like lucency on hand and foot X-rays
5 Bifid or combined costae Medulloblastoma
6 Presence of a diagnosis of Gorlin–Goltz syndrome in a first-degree relative Ovarian fibroma