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What is a fibroma?

Response to trauma

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50yo white male, widening of jaw, can't put denture in, warm, dense bone, loss of hearing

Paget's disease

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Cotton wool xray

Paget's disease

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Riboflavin most likely manifests in which area?

Tongue

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What is pellagra?

Deficiency of nicotinic acid (niacine)

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Hyperparathyroidism produces what in X-rays?

Skeletal lesions

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What is pernicious anemia associated with?

Burning tongue (glossitis)

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What kind of factor is pernisouus anemia?

Intrinsic factor

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Clotting is associated with what?

Platlet aggregation

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Most serious sign of Bisphosphonate tx?

Osteonecrosis

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Chemotherapy and the mouth?

Mucosal erosion (mucositis) and ulceration

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What disease is associated with hyperthyroidism?

Graves' disease

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What disease is association with hypothyroidism?

Cretinism

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Pt has low BP, weakness, pigmentation of the skin and bronzing of the skin??

Addison's disease

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What is a well defined yellow blister like lesion?

Lipoma

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What is the most common extra oral area of a pleomorphis adenoma?

Parotid gland

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Harmatomas have ___ tissue and ___ location

Normal
Normal

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Most common spot for oral squamous cell carcinoma?

Floor of the mouth and lateral border of the tongue

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Another name for squamous cell carcinoma?

Epidermoid carcinoma

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Who do you usually associate epidermoid carcinoma with?

Elderly people

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Who gets varrucus carcinoma?

People who chew smokeless tobacco

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Most serious skin cancer?

Melanoma

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Lesion on flood of the mouth, trauma and blood?

Hematoma

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Congenital tumor of BV's

Hemangioma

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Carcinoma T3, N2 and M1, which stage?

4

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Ameloblastoma can occur with a...

Dentigerous cyst.

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Ameloblastoma odontogenic tumor radio graphic appearance?

Soap bubble appearance

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Where will you most likely find squamous cell carcinoma on the floor of the mouth?

Sublingual and submandibular salivary glands

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What is white and can't be wiped off

Leukoplakia

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What conditions is most likely to occur after radiation to head and neck is?

Mucositis

Or Xerostomia???

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Common benign neoplasm that is pedunculated?

Papilloma

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Form of carcinoma that does not invade CT is?

Carcinoma insitu

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Basil cell carcinoma..

No tendency of metastasis T/F

Most common in women? T/F

T and F

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Where is squamous cell carcinoma most common?

Lateral border of tongue and floor of the mouth

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What is compound odontoma?

Little teeth anatomies

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What is complex odontoma?

No little teeth, blob

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Anelogenesis imperfectly is associated with what?

Enamel hypoplasia

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What syndrome is neurofibromotosis associated with?

Von recklinhausen

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What is cleidocranial dysphasia?

Contained primary teeth (supernumerary teeth)

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What has little hair, can't sweat?

Hypohydretic ectodermal dyplasia

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Usual location of pcod?

Mandibular anteriors

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Filter?

Spleen

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What is leukopenia?

Decrease in WBC

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What skin lesion is associated with neurofibromotosis?

Cafe au lait spots

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Treatment of fibrous dysphasia, which would you not do?

Radiation therapy

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What radio graphic appearance is assoc with fibrous dysplasia?

Ground glass

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Platelet count of 150,000-400,000= normal is not an indication of thrombocytopenia

Normal.. A? Lol

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Most common benign tumor in the oral cavity?

Irritation fibrin a

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Missing hydrochloric acid (achlorhydria)

Has pernicious anemia

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Percoshish puberty is associated with?

Albright syndrome

Cafe au lait

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Histology report of someone with leukoplakia, you wouldn't see?

Osteoclasts (bone formation)

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Immobility of TMJ?

Ankylosis

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What is the most important in _____?

Establishing an accurate diagnosis

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INR Clotting is???

All of the above

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Blood tests for taking anticoagulants?

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What is increase in RBC?

Polycythemia

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Secondary aplastic anemia can be caused by?

Chemotherapy

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Varrucus carcinoma?

Better prognosis

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Squamous cell carcinoma affects what and what stage is it?

Liver, it's bad. Stage 4. Page 229

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Lyon hypothesis has what traits?

X-linked recessive

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All neoplasms arise from squamous cell except?

Adnoid systic carcinoma

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What is hyperkeratinization of palms?

Papillon lafever

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Genetic by microcephalic, retardation, cat like.

Credushot syndrome

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Hypohydrosis hypodontia

Ectodermal dysplasia

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Ave age 37, sunburst pattern is wha?

Osteosarcoma

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Multinucleated cells?

Central giant cell granuloma

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Same appearance as nug?

Leukemia

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Viscous fluid

Synovial fluid