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Papule

Raised lesion
Any color
Less than 5mm

2

Nodule

Solid, raised lesion
Any color
Greater than 5mm

3

Tumor/mass

Solid, raised mass
any color
Greater than 1cm

4

Sessile
(3 terms) and description

Papule/nodule or mass
*Base wider than apex

5

Pedunculated
(3 terms) and Description

Papule, nodule or tumor/mass
*has a stalk!

6

Verrucous

Warty, rough surface

7

Vesicle

Fluid filled! Elevation
any color
less than 5mm

8

Bulla

Fluid filled! Elevation
any color
Greater than 5mm

9

Ulcer
Description
-*Due to:

Discontinuous surface mucosa
*due to microscopic death of cells

10

Erosion

Superficial loss of epithelium

11

Erosion of Buccal mucosa
(layer lost)

Layer lost: Stratum Lucidum

12

Erosion of Gingival mucosa
(layer lost)

Layer lost: Stratum corneum

13

Fissure

Narrow, slit
**Ulceration or groove

14

Plaque/patch

FLAT TOPPED elevated area

15

Petechia

ROUND
pinpoint area of hemorrhage

16

Ecchymosis

Non-ELEVATED
area of hemorrhage larger than petechia

17

Telangiectasia

vascular lesion caused by dilation of small, superficial blood vessel

18

Sinus/fistula
-non suppurating

Hollow passage
Between tubular organ and outside body
OR
Between two tubular organs

19

Sinus/fistula
-suppurating

Suppurating CAVITY TRACT (cyst or abscess)

TO: surface mucosa

20

Cyst

PATHOLOGIC epithelium lined cavity filled with liquid or semi-solid

21

Two types of clinical features

Symptoms and Signs

22

Signs

Detected by DR examiation

23

Symptoms

Complaints of the patients

24

Macule

FLAT area
odd color
usually 1cm or smaller

25

3 General! Types of Vesiculobullous ulcerative diseases

1. Hereditary
2. Viral
3. Immunologic (autoimmune)

26

1 Hereditary type of Vesiculobullous ulcerative disease

Epidermolysis bullosa

27

5 types of viral vesiculobullous

*1. Herpes Simplex AND
*2. Varicella-Zoster
3. Hand foot and mouth
4. Herpangina
5. Measles

28

3 immunologic diseases

1. Pemphigus Vulgaris
*2. Mucous membrane Pemphigoid
3. Bullous pemphigoid

29

Mucocele
(3)

*unbroken vesicle (swelling from glands IN connective tissue)
no pain
Filled with mucin

30

Acute lesions

Pain
Recent
Fever/malaise/other systemic symptoms