DAH Final 1-2

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DAH Final 1-2
2011-05-03 16:40:37
DAH Final

DAH Final 1-2
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  1. consist of fibrin, aggregated RBC's and platelets-thormbocyes. Affected by hereditary factors; drus, extensive injury and certain disease
    (day of injury) clot forms
  2. the initial tissue formed in CT portion of the injury is
    • granulation tissue
    • (2 days after)
  3. injury whereby there is loss of tissue & the edges of the injury cannot be joined during healing
    healing by 2° Intention
  4. bone tissue repair interruptions due to:
    • removal of osteoblast–producing tissues
    • hemorrhage
    • increased movement of bone
    • infection
  5. mastication-wearing away of tooth structure, bruxism
  6. grinding/clenching the teeth together for nonfunctional purposes
  7. pathologic wearing away of tooth structure that results from a repetitive mechanical habit (tooth brush)
  8. loss of tooth structure resulting from chemical actionusually on lingual/facial but can be o/interprox
  9. classic erosion pattern
  10. “hyperkeratosis” – chronic rubbing or friction against mucosa resulting in a thickening of the keratin on the surface
    frictional keratosis
  11. white raised line forming on buccal mucosa at the occlusal plane
    linea alba
  12. benign condition of gland characterized by painful swelling/ulceration in area
    Usually at junction of hard/soft palate
    nercrotizing sialometaplasia
  13. salivary gland stone
  14. lesion containing multinucleated giant cells/vascularized CT
    giant cell Granuloma
  15. occurs on gingival or alveolar process, women
    peripheral GCG
  16. occurs in bone of max/mand-children/young adults
    -destructive-displacement of teeth
    central GCG
  17. caused by an ill-fitting denture and is located in the vestibule along denture border
    Epulis Fissuratum
  18. responses caused by caries or trauma:
    inflammation, infection, chronic hyperplastic pulpitis (pulp polp), nercrosis of dental pulp
  19. excessive proliferation of chronically inflamed dental pulp tissue, young children, red or pink nodule of tissue that often fills the entire cavity in the tooth
    pulp polyp
  20. composed of a purulent exudates (pus) surrounded by CT containing neutrophils and lymphocytes
    periapical abscess
  21. characterized by Epithelial rests of Malassez
    periapical granuloma
  22. appears as slight raggedness or blunting of the apex and can proceed to severe loss of tooth root structure. associated with ortho
    external root resorption
  23. “Condensing Osteitis”
    mand 1st molar most common tooth affected
    Focal Sclerosing Osteomyelitis