histo-chp 9

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histo-chp 9
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histo c-9 oral mucosa
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  1. MOIST LINING
    MUCOSA
  2. LINING OF THE PORAL CAVITY
    ORAL MUCOSA
  3. ALL TISSUE LINING THE ORAL CAVITY IS KNOWN COLLECTIVELY AS
    ORAL MUCOSA
  4. ORAL MUCOSA IS COMPOSED OF -
    STRATIFIED SQUAMOUS EPITHELIUM OVERLYING THE LAMINA PROPRIA OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE PROPER
  5. ____ ____ LIES BETWEEN THE EPTIHELIUM AND THE CONNECTIVE TISSUE
    BASEMENT MEMBRANE
  6. THESE ARE FOUND IN MANY AREAS OF THE ORAL MUCOSA
    SALIVARY GLAND DUCTS
  7. T/F: ORAL MUCOSA IN DIFFERENT REGIONS DIFFER IN FINE STRUCTURE
    TRUE
  8. 3 CLASSIFICATIONS OF ORAL MUCOSA
    • LINING MUCOSA
    • MASTICATORY MUCOSA
    • SPECIALIZED MUCOSA
  9. NEEDS TO BE "STRETCHABLE"
    LINING MUCOSA
  10. NONKERATINIZED STRATIFIED SQUAMOUS EPITHILIUM
    LINING MUCOSA
  11. HAS A SOFTER SURFACE TEXTURE AND MOIST SURFACE
    LINING MUCOSA
  12. THESE MAY BE SEEN ON LABIAL AND BUCCAL MUCOSA
    FORDYCE'S SPOTS(OR GRANULES)
  13. THIS CUSHIONS THE UNDERLYING TISSUE AND THE CONNECTIVE TISSUE CONTAINS ELASTIC FIBERS. THE SUBMUCOSA IS DEEP TO LAMINA PROPRIA
    LINING MUCOSA
  14. T/F: THE LINING MUCOSA IS FLEXIBLE AND COMPRESSIBLE-THE INTERFACE THAT IS BETWEEN THE EPITHELIUM AND CONNECTIVE TISSUE IS SMOOTHER WITH FEWER RETE PEGS
    TRUE
  15. THE LINING MUCOSA INCLUDES...
    • BUCCAL MUCOSA
    • LABIAL MUCOSA
    • ALVEOLAR MUCOSA
    • FLOOR OF THE MOUTH
    • VENTRAL SURFACE OF TONGUE
    • SOFT PALATE
  16. FOOD CONTACTS THIS ORAL MUCOSA
    MASTICATORY MUCOSA
  17. KERATINIZED STRATIFIED SQUAMOUS EPITHELIUM
    MASTICATORY MUCOSA
  18. TOUGH, RUBBERY TEXTURE, FIRM AND FLEXIBLE
    MASTICATORY MUCOSA
  19. THE INTERFACE IS HIGHLY INTERDIGITATED, HAS MANY RETE PEGS, AND THE SUBMUCOSA IS THIN OR ABSENT
    MASTICATORY MUCOSA
  20. THE MASTICATORY MUCOSA INCLUDES:
    • ATTACHED GINGIVA
    • HARD PALATE
    • DORSAL SURFACE OF THE TONGUE
  21. LINGUAL PAPILLAE ON THE DORSAL AND LATERAL SURFACE OF THE TONGUE
    SPECIALIZED MUCOSA
  22. THIS IS A BARRIER TO BACTERIAL INCASION, MECHANICAL IRRITATION AND DESICCATION(DRYING OUT)
    EPTIHELIUM OF THE ORAL MUCOSA
  23. 3 TYPES OF EPITHELIUM OF ORAL MUCOSA
    • NONKERATINIZED
    • ORHTOKERATINIZED
    • PARAKERATINIZED
  24. FOUND IN THE LINING MUCOSA
    NONKERATINIZED STRATIFIED SQUAMOUS EPITHELIUM
  25. FOUND IN BUCCAL, LABIAL, ALVEOLAR, SOFT PALATE, AND MUCOSA OF THE FLOOR OF THE MOUTH
    NONKERATINIZED STRATIFIED SQUAMOUS EPITHELIUM
  26. MOST COMMON TYPE OF EPITHELIUM IN THE ORAL CAVITY
    NONKERATINIZED STRARIFIED SQUAMOUS EPTIHELIUM
  27. 3 LAYERS OF NONKERATINIZED STRATIFIED SQUAMOUS EPITHELIUM
    • BASAL LAYER
    • INTERMEDIATE LAYER
    • SUPERFICIAL LAYER
  28. DEEPEST LAYER OF THE NONKERATINIZED EPITHELIUM OF ORAL MUCOSA-SINGLE LAYER OF CUBOIDAL EPITHILIUM ADJACENT BASEMENT MEMBRANE
    BASAL LAYER
  29. STRATUM INTERMEDIUM
    INTERMEDIATE LAYER
  30. MULTIPLE LAYERS OF LARGER POLYHEDRAL CELLS-HAS MORE FLUID IN THE CYTOPLASM. IT CANNOT DIVIDE - FORMS THE BULK OF THE EPITHELIUM LAYER
    INTERMEDIATE LAYER
  31. BULK OF THE EPITHILIAL LAYER
    INTERMEDIATE LAYER
  32. STRATUM SUPERCFICIAL
    SUPERFICIAL LAYER
  33. MULTIPLE LAYERS OF POLYHEDRAL CELLS-(LARGER THAN INTERMEDIATE LAYER
    SUPERFICIAL LAYER
  34. THE OUTER LAYERS FLATTEN INTO SQUAMES WHICH DIE AND SHED
    SUPERFICIAL LAYER
  35. FOUND IN THE HARD PALATE AND ATTACHED GINGIVA
    ORTHOKERATINIZED STRATIFIED SQUAMOUS EPITHELIUM
  36. FOUND IN THE MASTICATORY MUCOSA
    ORTHOKERATINIZED
  37. LEAST COMMON TYPE EPITHELIUM FOUND IN THE ORAL CAVITY
    ORTHOKERATINIZED
  38. 4 LAYERS OF ORHTOKERATINIZED EPITHELIUM
    • 1. BASAL LAYER (STRATUM BASALE)
    • 2. PRICKLE CELL LAYER(STRATUM SPINOSUM)
    • 3. GRANULAR LAYER(STRATUM GRANULOSUM)
    • 4. KERATIN LAYER(STRATUM CORNEUM)
  39. STRATUM SPINOSUM
    PRICKLE CELL LAYER
  40. FORMS THE BULK OF THE ORTHOKERATINIZED EPITHELIUM
    PRICKLE CELL LAYER
  41. STRATUM GRANULOSUM
    GRANULAR LAYER
  42. 3-5 LAYERS OF FLATTENED CELLS- CONTAINS GRANULES OF KERATOHYALIN
    GRANULAR LAYER
  43. PRECURSOR OF KERATIN
    GRANULAR LAYER
  44. STRATUM CORNEUM
    KERATIN LAYER
  45. MORE SUPERFICIAL LAYER-HAS VARIABLE THICKNESSES WITH FLATTENED CELLS - NO NUCLEI AND PACKED WITH KERATIN
    KERATIN LAYER
  46. T/F: THE KERATIN LAYER IS CONSTANTLY BEING SHED AND RENEWED
    TRUE
  47. TYPE OF EPITHELIUM THAT IS ALSO FOUND IN THE MASTICATORY MUCOSA
    PARAKERATINIZED STRATIFIED SQUAMOUS EPITHELIUM
  48. FOUND IN THE ATTACHED MORE SO THAN IN THE ORTHOKERATINIZED
    PARAKERATINIZED
  49. FOUND IN THE DORSAL OF THE TONGUE-LINGUAL PAPILLAE
    PARAKERATINIZED STRATIFIED SQUAMOUS EPITHELIUM
  50. UNIQUE TO THE OREAL CAVITY
    PARAKERATINIZED
  51. IS CONSIDERED IN A DISEASE STATE WHEN SEEN IN THE SKIN
    PARAKERATINIZED
  52. OFTEN HAS SAME LAYERS AS THE ORHTOKERATINIZED-THE GRANULAR LAYER MAY BE ABSENT
    PARAKERATINIZED
  53. T/F: THE MAIN DIFFERENCE IN THE KERATIN LAYER-THE CELLS RETAIN NUCLEI AS WELL AS KERATIN
    TRUE
  54. CONNECTIVE TISSUE LAYER THAT IS FOUND BENEATH ALL TYPES OF EPITHELIUM IN THE ORAL MUCOSA
    LAMINA PROPRIA
  55. COLLAGEN FIBERS ARE MOST COMMON ALTHOUGH ELASTIC FIBERS ALSO OCCUR
    LAMINA PROPRIA
  56. 2 LAYERS OF LAMINA PROPRIA
    • PAPILLARY LAYER
    • DENSE LAYER
  57. MORE SUPERFICAL LAYER-LOOSE CONNECTIVE TISSUE WITH EQUAL AMOUNTS OF FIBERS CELLS AND INTERCELLULAR SUBSTANCES-CONTAINS RETE PEGS
    PAPILLARY LAYER
  58. FINGER LIKE
    PAPILLARY
  59. DEEPER TO LAMINAL PROPRIA-PACKED WITH COLLAGEN FIBERS
    DENSE LAYER
  60. HAS MORE PADDING - AND LARGE AMOUNTS OF FIBERS
    DENSE LAYER
  61. NETWORK...
    PLEXUS
  62. CAPILLARY NETWORK BETWEEN PAPILLARY AND DENSE LAYERS
    CAPILLARY PLEXUS
  63. SUPPLIES ALL OF MUCOSA-INCLUDING PAPILLAE OF THE PAPILLARY LAYER
    CAPILLARY PLEXUS
  64. LAYER OF LOOSE CONNECTIVE TISSUE-DEEP TO DENSE LAYER-MAY CONTAIN ADIPOSE TISSUE OR SALIVARY GLANDS
    SUBMUCOSA
  65. T/F:THE LAMINA PROPRIA OF LINING MUCOSA HAS MANY PAPILLAE AND RETE PEGS-CONTAINS MOSTLY COLLAGEN AND MORE FIRM THAN LINING MUCOSA
    TRUE
  66. HAS FEW PAPILLAE OR RETE PEGS-OFTEN CONTAINS ELASTIC FIBERS-MORE FLEXIBLE THAN THE MASTICATORY
    LAMINA PROPRIA OF LINING MUCOSA
  67. CONNECTIVE TISSUE DOES OT REGENERATE-REPAIRS BY COLLAGEN REPLACEMENT-AND IT ALWAYS SCARS
    TRUE
  68. T/F: THE EPITHELIA WILL REPLACE ITSELF BY REGENERATION WITH NO SCARING
    TRUE
  69. MOST COMMON CELL IN LAMINA PROPRIA
    FIBROBLAST
  70. CLINICAL APPEARANCE-PINK, SHINY, MOIST, COMPRESSIBLE FLEXIBLE
    LABIAL AND BUCCAL MUCOSA
  71. LABIAL AND BUCCAL MUCOSA
    LINING MUCOSA
  72. HISTOLOGICAL
    MICROSCOPIC
  73. EPITHELIUM IS THICK BUT NONKERATINIZED-LAMINA PROPRIA HAS EXTENSIVE VASCULAR SUPPLY-WITH IRREGULAR PAPILLAE-SOME ELASTIC FIBER AS WELL AS COLLAGEN
    LINING MUCOSA
  74. REDDISH-PINK, SHINY, MOIST, VERY FLEXIBLE TISSUE
    CLINICAL APPEARANCE OF ALVEOLAR MUCOSA
  75. THN AND NONKERATINIZED-RICH VASCULAR SUPPLY-FEW CONNECTIVE TISSUE PAPILLAE-MANY ELASTIC FIBERS-
    HISTOLOGICAL APPEARANCE OF ALVEOLAR MUCOSA
  76. OPAQUE WATERPROOF SUBSTANCE
    KERATIN
  77. REDDISH PINK WITH BLUE VENOUS AREA-MOIST SHINY AND COMPRESSIBLE
    CLINICAL APPEARANCE OF THE FLOOR OF THE MOUTH AND VENTRAL TONGUE SURFACE(LINING MUCOSA)
  78. VERY THIN NONKERATINIZED EPITHELIUM WITH OBVIOUS VEINS-CONTAINS ADIPOSE TISSUE AND SUBMANDIBULAR AND SUBLINGUAL GLANDS IN THE FLOOR OF THE MOUTH
    FLOOR OF THE MOUTH - VENTRAL TONGUE SURFACE
  79. DEEP PINK WITH YELLOWISH HUE MOIST FLEXIBLE TISSUE
    CLINICAL APPEARANCE OF THE SOFT PALATE
  80. THIN NONKERATINIZED EPITHELIUM WITH A THICK LAMINA PROPRIA-NUMEROUS CONNECTIVE TISSUE PAPILLAE AND DISTINCT ELASTIC LALYER
    HISTOLOGICAL APPEARANCE OF THE SOFT PALATE
  81. PINK FIRM IMMOBILE MAY HAVE STIPPLING OR ORANGE PEEL APPEARANCE. MUCOGINGIVAL JUNCTION APPEARS AS SCALLOPED LINE BETWEEN PINKER ATTACHED GINGIVA AND REDDER ALVEOLAR MUCOSA
    CLINICAL APPEARANCE OF ATTACHED GINGIVA
  82. THICK PARAKERATINIZED EPITHELIUM-LAMINA PROPRIAHAS MANY CONNECTIVE TISSUE PAPILLAE NO SUBMUCOSA
    HISTO APPEARANCE OF ATTACHED GINGIVA
  83. PINK FIRM IMMOBILE TISSUE-INCLUDING PALATAL RUGAE AND MEDIANE PALATINE RAPHE
    HARD PALATE
  84. THICK LAYER OF ORHTOKERATINIZED EPITHELIUM-OVERLYING THICK LAMINA PROPRIA-NO SUBMUCOSA IN THE MIDDLE OF PALATE CONTAINS SALIVARY GLANDS
    HARD PALATE
  85. BOTH MASTICATORY AND SPECIALIZED MUCOSA
    DORSAL/LATERAL TONGUE SURFACE
  86. ORTHOKERATINIZED STRATIFIED SQUAMOUS EPITHELIUM COVERING TONGUE MUSCLES
    MASTICATORY MUCOSA
  87. BOTH ORTHO. AND PARA. EPITHELIUM-OCCURS AS LINGUAL PAPILLAE AND INCLUDES 4 TYPES
    SPECIALIZED MUCOSA
  88. 4 TYPES OF LINGUAL PAPILLAE
    • FILIFORM
    • FUNGIFORM
    • FOLIATE
    • CIRCUMVALLATE
  89. BARREL SHAPE TASTE ORGANS DERIVED FORM EPITHELIUM-SWEET SOUR SALTY OR BITTER
    TASTE BUDS
  90. CONE SHAPE 2-3mm LONG-MOST COMMON TYPE ON DORSAL SURFACE-NO TASTE BUDS
    FILIFORM
  91. REDDISH MUSHROOM-SHAPED DOTS ON THE DORSAL SURFACE-LESS COMMON THAN THE FILIFORM-CONTAINS TASTE BUDS
    FUNGIFORM
  92. VERICAL PARALLEL RIDGES ON POSTERIOR LATERAL SURFACE-CONTAINS TASTE BUDS-FOUND TOWARD THE BACK OF THE TONGUE
    FOLLATE
  93. 7-15 LARGE MUSHROOM SHAPE STRUCTURES THAT LIE WITHIN THE CIRCULAR TROUGHS JUST ANTERIOR TO SULCUS TERMINALIS-CONTAINS TASTE BUDS-ALSO SALIVARY GLANDS(VON EBNER'S SALIVARY GLANDS)
    CIRCUMVALLATE
  94. WHERE NONKERATINIZED EPITHELIUM RESPONDS TO FRICTIONAL OR CHEMICAL TRAUMA
    HYPERKERATINIZATION
  95. FOUND IN PATIENTS WHO HAVE HABITS SUCH AS CLENCHING OR GIRNDING
    HYPERKERATINIZED
  96. T/F:HYPERKERATINIZED TISSUE MAY BE MORE DANGEROUS IN SMOKERS OR DRINKERS OF ALCHOL
    TRUE
  97. COMMONLY FOUND LESIONS ASSOCIATED WITH THE LINGUAL PAPILLAE
    • GEOGRAPHIC TONGUE
    • BLACK HAIRY TONGUE
  98. PINK TO WHITE PATCHES ON THE BODY OF THE TONGUE-SHOWS SENSITIVITY OF THE PAPILLAE TO CHANGES IN THE ENVIRONMENT
    GEOGRAPHIC TONGUE
  99. NORMAL SHEDDING OF EPITHELIUM DOES NOT OCCUR-A THICK LAYER OF DEAD CELLS BUILD UP AND BECOMES EXTRINSICALLY STAINED BY TOBACCO, MEDS, OR ORAL BACTERIA
    BLACK HAIRY TONGUE
  100. HEALING TIME OF TRAUMA TO ORAL MUCOSA IS APPROXIMATELY....
    2 WEEKS
  101. DENTAL PROFESSIONALS SHOULD WAIT APPROXIMATELY _____ TO UNDERGO HEALING BEFORE OBTAINING A REFERRAL
    2 WEEKS

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