Flashcards in 30 most common Deck (20)
Leukoplakia: What are the 4 types?
Hyperkeratosis, dysplasia, carcinoma-in-situ, SCC
White lesion that can be scraped off
Pseudomembranous candidiasis, materia alba, white coated tongue, burn, toothpaste or mouthwash overdose
White coated tongue tx
Tongue scraping or brushing
Nystatin (mycostatin) or Clotrimazole (mycelex)
Oral Hair leukoplakia
Lateral tongue and buccal mucosa usually indicates a hypersensitivity rxn
Lichen Planus clinical category? Two forms?
Desquamative gingivitis. No tx needed. Reticular and erosive.
Tx with steroids. Temovate, decadron or lidex
Tori M V F
Mandibular more common in MAN
Traumatic ulcerative granulate with stromal eosinophilia
Non healing and hard on palpation.
Traumatic ulcer, TUGSE, abscess, pericornitis
Most common benign neoplasm of oral cavity. Buccal mucosa, labial mucosa, tongue, gingiva
Benign proliferation of blood vessels. Blanch with glass slide. SturgeWeber Angiomatosis.
Tx removal, observation or sclerotherapy
Hematoma is accumulation of blood secondary to trauma. Looks similar but is not raised.
Recurrent aphthous ulcer
Non-keratinized moveable mucosa. 1-2 lesions .5 -1 cm.
Tx steroids and abx. Temovate and decadron
Dx by location, size and number
Surgical excision. Verruca vulgaris, condyloma, focal epithelial hyperplasia, sinonasal papilloma
Pebbly surface under denture. Surgical excision then reline or remake denture.
Initially: acute herpetic gingivostomatitis Recurrent: Labialis, intraoral, whitlow etc.
Tx: acyclovir ointment or capsules
Excision with underlying gland as well. Ranula on the floor of the mouth.
Tx with mycolog II. dx by culture, cytology and clinical
Can lead to verrucous ca or dysplasia.
Median rhomboid glossitis
Tx with brushing of tongue and antifungals