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Which lesions are below the mucosal surface?
Which lesions extend above the mucosal surface?
What lesion is even with the mucosal surface?
What type of condition appers as a white patch or area?
What condition is caused by yeastlike fungal infection?
What is another term for "canker sore"?
What is the condition in which inflammation causes severe pain and high fever?
What is the term for an inflammation of the tongue?
What is the condition in which a pattern on the tongue changes?
What is the condition in which the body does not absorb Vitamin B12?
What type of cancer affects the bloof-forming organs?
What is a common precancerous lesion among users of smokeless tobacco?
What is the term for a malignant lesion in the epithelial tissue of the oral cavity?
What causes radiation caries?
Lack of saliva
What is the term for lack of saliva?
What is the condition that is frequently seen on the lateral border of the tongue of patients with HIV/AIDS?
Bright red line
Which opportunistic infection is seen as purplish lesions on the skin or oral mucosa of patients with HIV/AIDS?
What is the malignant condition that involves the lymph nodes of patients with HIV/AIDS?
What is the difference between developmental disorders and inherited disorders?
Developmental occurs when the cells in the body divide- deformity of part of the body
Inherited caused by an abnormal gene in an individual and are transmitted from the parent to child through the egg or sperm.
What is a congenital disorder?
Disorders that are present at birth.
What is term for abnormally large jaws?
What is the term for bony growths in the palate?
What is a more common term for ankyloglossia?
What is the dental term for "tooth within a tooth"
Dens in dente
What is the term used for abnormally small teeth?
What term is used to describe two teeth that are joined together?
Which teeth are most often affected by ankylosis?
What is the hereditary condition that affects the dentin?
What is the difference between attrition and abrasion?
Attrition- normal wearing away of tooth structure during chewing
Abrasion- abnormal wearing away of tooth structure caused by repetitive habit (improper toothbrushing)
What is an oral indication of bulimia?
Pattern of erosion that becomes apparent on the lingual surfaces of the teeth.... results from acid produced from vomiting
What are three potential complications of orofacial piercing?