Flashcards in Unit 2 - part 3 Deck (46)
What is a keratin plaque which is a reaction to the sun?
Actinic Keratosis is often found in what areas of the head/neck?
bald guys heads
What condition is seen RARELY in the mouth and you NEED to biopsy it!
Pigmented Cellular Nevus
Are Basal Cell Carcinomas found in the oral cavity?
Basal Cell Carcinomas are caused by the _____are _____ destructive and can go _____
What condition, mostly affecting women, exhibits limited oral cavity opening with "botox" looking skin?
Scleroderma is an ______ disease due to a over production of ______
What autoimmune disease is seen clinically as a skin rash with butterfly wing shape on the face?
AIDS is caused by a ____virus which is transmitted _____?
AIDS infects the _____ lymphocytes?
What is the pathognomonic for AIDS?
What are 2 benign epithelial neoplasms?
Papillomas are attached how?
Thin stalk (pedunculated)
Papillomas are "___________" shape and have a ________ surface?
What is a epithelial tumor of glandular origin?
What being in connective tissue tumor do we see OFTEN in clinic?
A fibroma has a _______ surface and attached by a _______ base?
Broad (sessile )
What is the etiology of a fibroma?
Overgrowth of tissue due to chronic irritation
A fibroma is most often located?
Buccal mucosa (linea alba)
What is an example of a connective tissue hyperplasia or hypertrophy?
What causes a lipoma?
Fat cells becoming suspended in a connective tissue sac
What are the 3 names for a tumor of a neuron Schwann cell?
A port wine stain is an example of a?
What is a condition similar to a hemangioma but involves the lymph vessels?
What is the term for a malignant oral cancer?
If the oral cancer gets PAST the basement membrane it is termed a _______cancer?
Squamous cell carcinoma
What are the 2 major risk factors in the development of oral cancer?
Tobacco and alcohol use
If a oral cancer MEETS but DOESN'T go through the basement membrane it is called a ______ cancer?
Carcinoma in Situ
If you turn on an oncogene you therefore reduce cell ----- and increase cell ------ and ----- of the cells?
Apoptosis (cell death)