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What is another name for oral ulcerations?

Aphthous stomatitis (canker sores).

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On what type of tissue is aphthous stomatitis found?

Non-keratinized mucosa.

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What is a disorder has true oral manifestations?

Crohn's disease.

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What are oral lesions seen in patients with Crohn's disease?

(1) ulcerations
(2) localized or generalized erythema
(3) hyperplastic, polypoid, or papular lesions
(4) non-caseating granulomas

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What disorders have associated oral lesions?

(1) ulcerative colitis
(2) celiac disease

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What should be considered if a pediatric patient has enamel pitting?

Celiac disease.

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What are 3 oral manifestations of FAP?

(1) mandibular osteomas
(2) supernumerary teeth
(3) odontomas

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J: This refers to an ectopic sebaceous gland sometimes seen with Lynch syndrome.

What is Fordyce granule?

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What are oral manifestations of Peutz-Jeghers syndrome?

Freckle-like lesions of the oral mucosa, perioral skin and fingers.

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J: This refers to an oral manifestation of IBD or GI malignancy characterized by "snail-track" pustules and ulcerations.

What is pyostomatitis vegetans?

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How is pyostomatitis vegetans treated?

(1) treat underlying IBD or GI malignancy
(2) systemic corticosteroid therapy