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1

What do we call a RED lesion when we dont know the cause?

Erythoplakia

2

There are currently ______ forms of Herpes?

8

3

What is the term for a FIRST encounter breakout of Herpes?

Primary Herpetic Gingivostomatitis

4

80% of the time is is herpes ___ or ___ when found in the oral cavity?

1

2

5

Which herpes simplex virus comes back more often?

2

6

What herpes virus causes Kaposi's sarcoma?

CMV Cytomegaly Virus

7

Epstein-Bar virus causes what common disease?

Infectious Mononucleosis

8

Recurrent Herpes lesions or commonly called _____ ______  are __ lesions that are found on the _____ gingiva?

Cold Sores, Fever Blisters etc.

single

attached

9

Where does the herpes virus live while dormant?

Trigeminal Ganglion

10

A cold sore lasts how long?

7-14 days

11

Herpes Zoster or _______ affects what age group?

Shingles

60 and over

12

Shingles is preceded by ______ and comes from the ______ region affecting the _____?

pain

spinal

trunk

13

What is the etiology of Shingles?

Vericella zoster (chicken pox)

14

What is the term for a canker sore?

Apthous ulcer

15

Canker sores appear on the _____ side of the mouth on the _______ gingiva?

wet

unattached

16

What is the term for herpes under the nail bed?

Herpetic Whitlow

17

The etiology of a canker sore is ______ but probably due to?

unkown 

immune reaction to hemolytic strep

18

TB is a ______ associated disease?

lung

19

If TB affects the mouth it looks like an _____ or an ____ of the mucous membrane?

abcess

ulcer

20

What is the tx for someone who gets TB?

INH therapy

(6 mo antibiotic therapy)

21

What is the pathognomonic for syphilis?

Spirochete-treponema pallidum

22

What accompanies the primary syphillis stage?

Big Chancre for 2-3 wks

23

The secondary stage of syphilis is affiliated with?

Flue-like symptoms with a mucous patch

(weeks/months later)

24

What is the tertiary (3rd) stage of syphilis affiliated with?

Gumma (rubbery lesion in palate)

Glossitis

Death!!!

(1-20 yrs later)

25

What is the most common fungal infection in the oral cavity?

Candidiasis

26

Oral Candidiasis is often called _______ and has a smooth, _____ or ____ plaque that _____be wiped off?

thrush

white

yellow

can

27

What will the tissue look like if a yeat infection has been wiped away?

Red (on fire)

28

Older people who get thrush can present with?

Angular Cheilitis

29

What is the term for a common wart in the oral cavity?

Oral Verruca Vulgaris

30

What is a wart in the oral cavity caused by?

HPV