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Differential for benign fibro-osseous lesions

Fibrous dysplasia

Cemento-osseous dysplasia

Ossifying fibroma

(Paget’s, osteoblastoma, osteoid osteoma)

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Odontogenic mixed RO-RL

Calcifying odontogenic cyst

Adenomatoid odontogenic tumor

Calcifying epithelial odontogenic tumor

Ameloblastic fibro-odontoma

Odontoma

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Largish RL lesion

OKC

Dentigerous cyst (if unerupted tooth)

Central giant cell granuloma

Ameloblastoma

Focal osteoporotic marrow defect

Odontogenic myxoma

(Traumatic bone cyst, anyrusmal bone cyst)

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Radiopaque lesion

Condensing osteitis

Idiopathic osteosclerosis

Cementoblastoma

Focal cemento-osseous dysplasia

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Bump on gums

Pyogenic granuloma

Peripheral giant cell granuloma

Peripheral ossifying fibroma

Inflammatory fibrous hyperplasia

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Desquamative gingivitis

Lichen planus

Mucous membrane pemphigoid

Pemphigus vulgaris

Hypersensitivity (licehnoid drug reaction)

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White material that can be wiped off

Materia alba

Pseudomembranous candidiasis

Hypersensitivity

Burn (chemical, heat, cotton roll)

White coated tongue

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Blue lesions

Hemangioma

Varicosity

Hematoma

Blue nevus

Amalgam tattoo

Peripheral giant cell granuloma

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Lingual tonsil

Lingual tonsil (lymphoid hyperplasia)

Lymphoepithelial cyst

Metastatic cancer

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Leukoplakia

Hyperkeratosis

Dysplasia (mild, moderate, severe)

Carcinoma in situ

Squamous cell carcinoma

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PIMDN

Physical injury

Inflammatory/infectious

Metabolic

Developmental

Neoplastic

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How far do you cut beyond the radiographic lesion for an ameloblastoma?

1-1.5 cm

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What type of a ressection do you do for an ameloblastoma?

En bloc resection

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True or false... ameloblastomas are malignant and cause parasthesia

False. They are benign and push the IA instead of invading it. Thus, no paraeshtesia

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What are the polyostotic types of fibrous dysplasia

Jafe Lichtenstein (cafe au laut)

Mccune Albright (early puberty)

Mausabroad syndrome (cardiac myxomoas)

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What is dioscopy?

Testing for blanching for hemangioma

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What are the different types of apthous ulcers?

Major (over a cm)
Minor
Herpetiform (3 or more pinpoint lesions)

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Differential for squamous papilloma

Squamous papilloma

Verrucous vulgaris

Condyloma acuminatum

Focal epithelial hyperplasia (heck’s disease)

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What is the herpetic infection that is before 5 years old?

What is the herpetic infection after 18?

Primary herpetic gingivostomatitis

Pharyndeotonsillitis