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  1. Lumps and Bumps: NORMAL
    • Gingival fibrous nodules
    • Retrocuspid papilla
  2. Lumps and bumps: Localized Gingival
    • •pyogenic granuloma
    • •peripheral giant cell granuloma
    • •peripheral ossifying fibroma
    • •peripheral odontogenic fibroma
    • •focal fibrous hyperplasia
  3. Gingival Lumps and bumps: Away from sulcus
    • • parulis
    • • gingival cyst
    • • (exostoses)
  4. Gingival Lumps and bumps: infants
    • dental lamina cyst (gingival cyst of newborn)
    • eruption cyst
    • congenital epulis (CGGCT- congenital gingival granular cell tumor)
    • melanotic neuroectodermal tumor of infancy
  5. Generalized gingival hyperplasia (Hereditary)
    fibromatosis gingivae
  6. Generalized gingival hyperplasia (Infectious/Inflammatory)
    non-specific hyperplastic gingivitis
  7. Generalized gingival hyperplasia (metabolic/medication)
    • Metabolic:
    • pregnancy
    • puberty
    • diabetes

    • Medicine:
    • phenytoin
    • phenobarbital
    • nefedipine
    • verapamil
    • cyclosporin
  8. Generalized gingival hyperplasia (neoplasm)
    leukemic
  9. Generalized gingival hyperplasia (ALL)
    • fibromatosis gingivae
    • non-specific hyperplastic gingivitis 
    • pregnancy
    • puberty
    • diabetes
    • phenytoin
    • phenobarbital
    • nefedipine
    • verapamil
    • cyclosporin
    • leukemic
  10. Lateral neck lumps (hereditary)
    branchial cleft cyst
  11. Lateral neck lumps (infectious/inflammatory)
    • non-specif. lymphadenitis
    • tuberculosis
    • cat scratch fever
    • sarcoidosis
  12. Lateral neck lumps (neoplastic)
    • metastatic carcinoma
    • lymphoma (Hodgkin's & non-Hodgkin's)
    • carotid body tumor
    • lymphangioma
  13. Lateral neck lumps (ALL)
    • branchial cleft cyst
    • non-specif. lymphadenitis
    • tuberculosis
    • cat scratch fever
    • sarcoidosis
    • metastatic carcinoma
    • lymphoma (Hodgkin's & non-Hodgkin's)
    • carotid body tumor
    • lymphangioma
  14. Parotid Lumps (Hereditary)
    polycystic disease
  15. Parotid Lumps (infection/inflammatory)
    • non-specific parotitis (eg. post anesthesia)
    • specific infections (mumps/CMV/HIV)
  16. Parotid Lumps (metabolic/medication)
    sialodenosis
  17. Parotid Lumps (neoplasm)
    • pleomorphic adenoma
    • papillary cystadenoma
    • lymphomatosum (Warthin tumor)
    • oncocytoma
    • adenoid cystic carcinoma
    • muco-epidermoid carcinoma
    • acinic cell carcinoma
    • malignant mixed tumor
  18. Parotid Lumps (allergic/autoimmune)
    Sjogren syndrome
  19. Parotid Lumps (physical/chemical)
    Obstructive sialolithiasis
  20. Parotid Lumps (ALL)
    • non-specific parotitis (eg. post anesthesia)
    • specific infections (mumps/CMV/HIV)
    • sialodenosis 
    • pleomorphic adenoma
    • papillary cystadenoma
    • lymphomatosum (Warthin tumor)
    • oncocytoma
    • adenoid cystic carcinoma
    • muco-epidermoid carcinoma
    • acinic cell carcinoma
    • malignant mixed tumor
    • Sjogren syndrome
    • Obstructive sialolithiasis
  21. Lumps and Bumps: Midline Neck
    • thyroglossal duct cyst
    • thyroid tumor: medullary, follicular papillary
    • dermoid cyst
    • goiter
  22. Lumps and Bumps:Palate
    • torus
    • incisive canal cyst
    • abscess
    • (Benign salivary gland tumor: Pleomorphic adenoma/Canalicular adenoma)
    • (Malignant: Polymorphous low grade adenocarcinoma/Mucoepidermoid carcinoma)
  23. Lumps and Bumps: Tongue
    • lingual thyroid
    • amyloid nodule
    • (granular cell tumor)
    • (SG tumors)
  24. Lumps and Bumps: Floor of Mouth
    • ranula
    • BLEC: benign lympho-epithelial cysts

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Opath 4
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2016-03-01 06:35:50
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