Oral Pathology 2
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Oral Pathology 2
oral pathology part
oral pathology part 2
malignant neoplasm of the epitheliumthat tends to invade surrounding bone and connective tissue.
malignant tumor that comes from the glands underlying the oral mucosa.
malignant neoplasm that comes from supportive and connective tissue such as bone.
malignant tumor that involves the bone.
Oral cancer warning signs-
any lump or swelling on the neck, lips. dryness in the mouth, repeated bleeding in a specific area.
cancer of the blood-forming organs that is characterized by rapid growth of immature leukocytes.
Saliva can no longer be produced when radiation effects the salivary glands.
death of the bone.
disease or swelling of the lymph nodes.
general term used to describe malignant disorders of the lymphoid tissue.
initial oral sign of progression from an HIV positive status to AIDS.
positive for HIV, and can be an early sign of the change to AIDS status. It is a whihte plaque that is usually found on one side or sometimes on both sides on the lateral borders of the tongue.
Most oppurtunistic infections that occur in HIV patients.
usually occurs on the lip.
present at birth, they can be inherited or developmental.
abnormally large jaws.
abnormally small jaws.
benign bony growth that projects outward from the surface of the bone.
when the maxillary and media nasal processes fail to fuse.
palatal shelves fail to fuse with the primary palate
mildest form of cleft palate.
(tongue tie) short lingual frenum that extends to the apex of the tongue.
tumor composed of remnants of the dental lamina that failed to disintegrate after the tooth buds were formed.
congenital absence of teeth.
TOO MANY TEETH.
abnormally large teeth.
abnormally small teeth.
Dens in dente-
tooth within a tooth.
teeth that are present at birth. erupt within the first 30 days of life.
deciduous teeth in which the bone has fused to cementum and dentin.
abnormal wearing away of tooth structure.
normal wearing away of tooth structure.
grinding of teeth.