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Another name for Aphthous Ulcer

Canker sore

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most common ulcer in mouth

aphthous ulcer

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T/F
A Canker sore is preceeded by veciles

FALSE, never preceeded by vesicles

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what surface do canker sore only occur on

moveable mucosa

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most common TYPE of ulcer (minor/major. herpetiform)

Minor

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Whats type of ulcer is small round withyello-white center surrounded by red halo

Minor Ulcer

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Major apthous ulcer is most common where?

Posterior mouth

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Whats Suttons Disease

Major Aphtous ulcer

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What is a Herpetiform Ulcer and is it caused by Herpes?

NOT CAUSED BY HERPES; its a group of small aphtous ulcers that look like a herpetic outbreak

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What's Angioedema

rapid swelling of lips

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Whats urticaria associated with

associated with hypersensitivity

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What type of hypersensitivity is Contact Mucositis/Dermatitis

Type 4

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What is a fixed drug eruption?

Mucotaneous lesion that appears in the same site each time a drug is introduced

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What MAIN type of skin lesion is Erythema Multiforme

Target lesion

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Other lesions types appearing in Erythema Multiforme

Bulls eye/ iris/ target lesion

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Whats the most severe form of Erythema Multiforme?

Stevens-Johnson (children; ocular/oral/genital lesions)

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What's Lichen Planus

Body attacks itself; BENIGN; chronic mucotaneous disease

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The most common form of Lichen Planus

RETICULAR " Wickham's Straie"

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Name of reticular lichen planus

wickham's Straie

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Erosive Lichen plannus looks like

oral cancer

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Reiter Syndrome

benign oral lesions (look like aphtous ulcer), mucocutaneous syndrome that's followed by an infection

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Langerhans Cell Disease

probable neoplastic proliferation ( langerhan cells replicate out of control)
-affects bones/organs

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Autoimmune disease that affects the salivary and lacrimal glands

Siogren's Syndrome

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With Siogren's Syndrome, what are you more at risk for?

Caries, perio, candidiasis

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Systemic Lupas Erythematous is which type of sensitivity

Type 3

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What is Systemic lupas erythematous

collagen autoimmune disease; impaired cellular and humoral immunity reaction

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Pemphigus Vulgairs is the destruction of what cell to cell connection?

DESMOSOMES

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Circatrical Pemphigoid is the destruction of what cell to cell connection?

HEMIDESMODOMES

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The destruction of desmosomes is what autoimmune disease?

Pemphigus Vulgaris (PVD)

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what forms in a pemphigus vulgaris?

BULLAE

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"Benign mucous membrane pemphigoid" is another name for what autoimmune disease?

Cicatrical Pemphigoid

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What is happening systemically in Behcet's Syndrome?

Antibodies against human mucosa