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Candidiasis (moniliasis, thrush): location, presentation, who

- oral
- white patch clinically, easily removed by scraping
- diabetes or immunocompromised associated

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Tumor-like conditions

- pyogenic granuloma/lobular capillary hemangioma
- mucoceles

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Pyogenic granuloma/lobular capillary hemangioma

- benign reactive process
- nodular growth on the mucosal surface
***not a granulomatous process***

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Mucoceles

- obstruction of oral mucosa mucous glands
- leads to inflammation
- caused by trauma
- cystic dilation of ducts filled with mucin

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Potentially premalignant lesions

- leukoplakia (white patch)
- erythroplasia (red patch)

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Leukoplakia (white patch)

- can be benign or dysplastic/carcinoma
- cannot be removed by scraping
- irritation, inflammation can cause leukoplakia reaction
- must always be considered potentially pre cancerous unless proven otherwise (malignancy 1-15%)

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Erythroplakia (red patch)

- more likely to be associated with malignancy, up to 50%

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Leukoplakia (white patch): histology of benign disease

- hyperkeratosis
- mucosal epithelial hyperplasia
- orderly maturation
- no distortion of architectural order

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Leukoplakia or erythroplakia with severe dysplasia

- architectural disorder
- nuclear irregularity
- nuclear pleomorphism

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Squamous carcinoma of lip/skin: etiology, survival, differentiation

- etiology: sun (UV)
- survival: best
- differentiation: well

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Squamous carcinoma: floor of mouth, anterior tongue, hard palate: etiology, survival, differentiation

- etiology: ETOH, smoking
- survival: intermediate, poor
- differentiation: variable

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Squamous carcinoma of oropharynx: etiology, survival, differentiation

- etiology: HPV
- survival: favorable
- differentiation: variable

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Result of oropharyngeal cancer being associated with HPV

- better survival than non-HPV associated carcinomas
- nearly exclusively seen in men

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Oral cavity/oropharyngeal squamous carcinoma: treatment

- surgical: surgical margins guided by intra operative frozen sections
- post op radiation/chemoradiation given for metastatic or incompletely resected tumor

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Salivary gland sialadenitis

- acute and chronic forms
- can be secondary to obstruction of a major excretory duct

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Chronic sialadenitis

- duct obstruction--inflammation--tissue destruction: acinic atrophy, ductal metaplasia, duct dilation, chronic inflammation (lymphocytes), fibrosis (few cells)

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Autoimmune sialadenitis

- sjogren's syndrome

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Sjogren's syndrome

- autoimmune multi organ process
- affects lacrimal and salivary glands
- dry eyes, dry mouth
- pathologic finding: lympho-plasmacytic infiltration

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Sjogren's syndrome: histologic finding

- inflammatory FOCUS

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Salivary gland tumors: general info

- uncommon
- large number of types of tumors
- major glands: parotid, submandibular, sublingual
- parotid gland: 85% of salivary gland tumors

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Salivary gland tumors: facts

- 65-80% of parotid tumors are benign
- smaller the gland, more likely the tumor will be malignant
- most salivary gland tumors are slow growing
- all salivary gland tumors are treated primarily by surgical removal

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Benign salivary tumors

- pleomorphic adenoma
- warthin's tumor (papillary cystadenoma lymphomatosum)

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Pleomorphic adenoma: frequency, sit

- frequency: most common tumor
- site: usually parotid, may occur in any salivary gland

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Pleomorphic adenoma: cell involvement

- mixed tumor: epithelial cells (ducts, acini); mesenchymal cells (myoepithelial, chondroid, myxoid)

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Salivary gland tumors: treatment

- total excision of parotid gland hampered by facial nerve (separates superficial and deep lobes)
- most pleomorphic adenomas occur in superficial lobe
- facial nerve at risk of surgical treatment of histologically benign process

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Pleomorphic adenoma: behavior

- conservative surgical therapy, recurrence if not completely removed
- rarely, epithelial or both epithelial/mesenchymal cells become malignant

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Pleomorphic adenoma: malignant transformation

- carcinoma ex pleomorphic adenoma: epithelial malignancy
- carcinosarcoma: epithelial & mesenchymal malignancy

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Warthin's tumor (papillary cytadenoma lymphomatosum): frequency, site, microscopic, behavior

- frequency: second most common salivary gland tumor, older population usually men SMOKERS
- site: parotid, maybe bilateral; arise from epithelial cells in parotid LNs
- microscopic: epithelial (oncocytes) overlie lymphoid follicles
- behavior: no recurrence but may have multiple or new tumors

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Herpetic stomatitis (cold sore)

- HSV type I
- oral cavity, lips
- virus survives in dormant state in nerves
- can become more extensive with involvement of brain in immunosuppressed patients

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Malignant salivary gland tumors

- mucoepidermoid carcinoma
- adenoid cystic carcinoma
- acinic cell carcinoma