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1

What is angular Cheilits?

Brusing of the side of the lips. Dryness causes the side of the lip to burst 

2

What is recurrent aphthous stomaitis?

Round painful ulcers recur on oral mucosa.

It is an anaemic/haematinic deficiency 

Linked to coeliac disease

3

What are the oral manifestations of Crohn's disease? (3)

1. Oral ulceration mucosal tag cobblestone

2. Mucosa Swollen lips

3. Angular cheilitis

4

Thrush- acute pseudomembranous candiodosis is an indication of what chronic conidition?

Type II diabetes

5

Use of nicorandil (anti-anginal) can cause oral _ 

Ulcerations

Can also affect anus or conjuctiva.

 

Require corticosteroids to reduce inflamamtion

6

Lichen planus is seen in the mouth and _

Skin

7

What are mucous membrane pemphigoids

Blistering lesions affecting the oral mucosa. Opthalmolagic complciation

8

Sjogrens syndrome can classically present as dry _ and _ 

Mouth & eyes

9

Neoplasia affecting the oral cavity is most commonly of the _ cell carcinoma type

Squamous