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what are 3 types of lesions?
what are the 2 categories of elevated lesions?
what are the 3 types of bisterform lesions?
which type of lesion is 1cm or less and contains serum or mucin?
what type of lesion is greater than 1 cm and contains serum, mucin or blood?
what type of lesion is more or less than 5 mm and contains pus?
what are the four types of nonblisterform lesions?
what type of lesion is slightly raised with a broad flat top and has a pasted on appearance?
what type of lesion is solid tissue less than 5 mm and is smooth or corrugated (pinhead)
what type of lesion is smaller than 1 cm but greater than 5 mm?
what type of lesion is 2 cm or greater in diameter?
what is defined as elevated lesion with a broad base?
what is defined as an elevated lesion attached by a thin stalk?
what are two examples of a depressed lesion?
what results from a ruptured elevated lesion?
what type of lesion doesn't extend through the epithelium
what type of lesion is a macule?
what type of lesion is a nodule?
what type of lesion is a vesicle?
what type of lesion is a tumor
what four things must be recorded when noting a lesion?
size and shape
what must you not about the size and shape of a lesion?
length, width, height
what must you not about the surface texture of a lesion?
smooth or irregular
what must you not about he consistency of a lesion?
soft, spongy, resilient, hard, indurated
t/f a neoplasm can occur anywhere in the oral cavity
what are white areas a sign of?
what are red areas a sign of?
how do early cancer ulcers feel when palpated
what is the pigmentation of early cancer?
brown or black
what are the most common sites for oral cancer to be found during the IO? (4)
floor of mouth
lateral borders of tongue