oral path 3xam 3-1

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  1. not malignant, favorable for recovery
    Benign
  2. occurring within bone
    Central
  3. surrounded by a capsule of fibrous CT
    Encapsulated
  4. abnormal increase in the NUMBER of normal cells
    Hyperplasia
  5. likely to cause the death of the host
    Malignant
  6. transport of neoplastic cells to parts of the body remote from the primary
    tumor and establishment of a new tumor there
    Metastasis
  7. formation of tumors by the uncontrolled proliferation of cells
    Neoplasia
  8. benign, localized overgrowth of melaoncytes
    Nevus
  9. study of tumors or neoplasms
    Oncology
  10. occuring in various forms
    Plemorphic
  11. inc in quanity
    Proliferation
  12. malignant tumor of epithelium
    Carcinoma
  13. disordered growth
    Dysplasia
  14. staining more intensely than normal
    Hyperchromatic
  15. infiltration and active destruction of surrounding tissue
    Invasion
  16. cancer; resistant to tx and causes death
    Malignant tumor
  17. tumor developing in a spot different from a primary tumor
    Metastatic tumor
  18. tumor
    Neoplasm
  19. tooth forming
    Odontogenic
  20. original tumor, source for metastisis
    Primary tumor
  21. malignant tumor of CT
    Sarcoma
  22. means new growth in which cells exhibit uncontrolled proliferation
    Neoplasia
  23. a mass of cells exhibiting uncontrolled proliferation
    Neoplasm
  24. study of tumors
    Oncology
  25. what are the causes of neoplasia
    chemicals, viruses, and radiation
  26. invades and destroys surrounding tissue and has the ability to spread
    throughout the body “CANCER”
    malignant tumor
  27. benign fat tumor
    lipoma
  28. "bone"
    osteoma
  29. -malignant tumors of epithelium
    -10x more common than sarcomas
    carcinoma
  30. malignant tumors of C.T.
    sarcoma
  31. surgical excision
    Benign
  32. surgery, chemotherapy, radiation or combo
    Malignant
  33. what are the 3 types of
    EPITHELIAL TUMORS?
    • tumors from squamous epithelium
    • tumors from salivary gland epithelium
    • tumors from odontogenic epithelium
  34. benign tumor of squamous epithelium that appears clinically as a relatively small exophytic pedunculated or sessile growth
    Papilloma
  35. Cauliflower-like in appearance
    Occur at any age
    Most commonly found in soft palate
    Tx: surgical excision
    Papilloma
  36. white plaque-like lesion of the oral mucosa that cannot be rubbed off and cannot be diagnosed as a specific disease
    Leukoplakia
  37. Histologically it may show epithelial dysplasia, or squamous cell carcinoma
    When found on floor of the mouth or lateral border of tongue – biopsy
    Leukoplakia
  38. an oral mucosal lesion that may appear as a smooth red patch or a granular red and velvety patch
    Erythroplakia
  39. A lesion showing a mixture of red and white areas is called
    Speckled Leukoplakia
  40. "Carcinoma in Situ"
    Preceeds SCC
    Presents clinically as leukoplakia, erythroplakia, or speckled leukoplakia
    Epithelial Dysplasia
  41. means disordered growth
    dysplasia

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