Flashcards in Pathology Final Deck (68):
What is a fibroma?
Response to trauma
50yo white male, widening of jaw, can't put denture in, warm, dense bone, loss of hearing
Cotton wool xray
Riboflavin most likely manifests in which area?
What is pellagra?
Deficiency of nicotinic acid (niacine)
Hyperparathyroidism produces what in X-rays?
What is pernicious anemia associated with?
Burning tongue (glossitis)
What kind of factor is pernisouus anemia?
Clotting is associated with what?
Most serious sign of Bisphosphonate tx?
Chemotherapy and the mouth?
Mucosal erosion (mucositis) and ulceration
What disease is associated with hyperthyroidism?
What disease is association with hypothyroidism?
Pt has low BP, weakness, pigmentation of the skin and bronzing of the skin??
What is a well defined yellow blister like lesion?
What is the most common extra oral area of a pleomorphis adenoma?
Harmatomas have ___ tissue and ___ location
Most common spot for oral squamous cell carcinoma?
Floor of the mouth and lateral border of the tongue
Another name for squamous cell carcinoma?
Who do you usually associate epidermoid carcinoma with?
Who gets varrucus carcinoma?
People who chew smokeless tobacco
Most serious skin cancer?
Lesion on flood of the mouth, trauma and blood?
Congenital tumor of BV's
Carcinoma T3, N2 and M1, which stage?
Ameloblastoma can occur with a...
Ameloblastoma odontogenic tumor radio graphic appearance?
Soap bubble appearance
Where will you most likely find squamous cell carcinoma on the floor of the mouth?
Sublingual and submandibular salivary glands
What is white and can't be wiped off
What conditions is most likely to occur after radiation to head and neck is?
Common benign neoplasm that is pedunculated?
Form of carcinoma that does not invade CT is?
Basil cell carcinoma..
No tendency of metastasis T/F
Most common in women? T/F
T and F
Where is squamous cell carcinoma most common?
Lateral border of tongue and floor of the mouth
What is compound odontoma?
Little teeth anatomies
What is complex odontoma?
No little teeth, blob
Anelogenesis imperfectly is associated with what?
What syndrome is neurofibromotosis associated with?
What is cleidocranial dysphasia?
Contained primary teeth (supernumerary teeth)
What has little hair, can't sweat?
Hypohydretic ectodermal dyplasia
Usual location of pcod?
What is leukopenia?
Decrease in WBC
What skin lesion is associated with neurofibromotosis?
Cafe au lait spots
Treatment of fibrous dysphasia, which would you not do?
What radio graphic appearance is assoc with fibrous dysplasia?
Platelet count of 150,000-400,000= normal is not an indication of thrombocytopenia
Normal.. A? Lol
Most common benign tumor in the oral cavity?
Irritation fibrin a
Missing hydrochloric acid (achlorhydria)
Has pernicious anemia
Percoshish puberty is associated with?
Cafe au lait
Histology report of someone with leukoplakia, you wouldn't see?
Osteoclasts (bone formation)
Immobility of TMJ?
What is the most important in _____?
Establishing an accurate diagnosis
INR Clotting is???
All of the above
Blood tests for taking anticoagulants?
What is increase in RBC?
Secondary aplastic anemia can be caused by?
Squamous cell carcinoma affects what and what stage is it?
Liver, it's bad. Stage 4. Page 229
Lyon hypothesis has what traits?
All neoplasms arise from squamous cell except?
Adnoid systic carcinoma
What is hyperkeratinization of palms?
Genetic by microcephalic, retardation, cat like.
Ave age 37, sunburst pattern is wha?
Central giant cell granuloma
Same appearance as nug?