Oral pathology

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Oral Manifestations in Various Skin Conditions   A great number of pathologic conditions of the skin have accompanying oral manifestation... Oral Pathology, Dental Problems, Oral Health, Dental Facts, Restorative Dentistry, Dermatology, Medical Wellness, Tuberous Sclerosis

Oral Manifestations in Various Skin Conditions A great number of pathologic conditions of the skin have accompanying oral manifestations that may precede or occur concurrently with or independent of the cutaneous eruption. In general, such lesions do not bear strict comparison with the skin lesions, because of the considerable difference in moisture, temperature, exposure to trauma, lack of a keratin layer, and the presence of secondary infection. In the differential diagnosis the prevalence…

Oral Pathology Notes - BDS Notes Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Oral Pathology, Periodontitis, Immune Response, Stratified Squamous Epithelium, Dysphagia, Sebaceous Gland, Squamous Cell, Pathology

Oral Pathology Glossary Abfraction: Loss of tooth surface at the cervical areas of teeth caused by tensile and compressive forces during tooth flexure; cervical erosive lesions that cannot be attributed to any particular cause. Abrasion: Abnormal loss of tooth structure due to non-masticatory physical friction. Abscess: A localized acumulation of pus caused by an infection. […]

Benign Tumors of Oral Cavity, The papilloma, The hemangioma, The benign giant cell tumor, or epulis, The so-called pregnancy “tumor”, The ameloblastoma, Osteoma Oral Pathology, Periodontitis, Oral Health, Tumor, Squamous, Dental Anatomy, Dental Facts, Dental Hygienist

Benign Tumors of Oral Cavity Tumors of the oral cavity are very diversified. Only a select few can be discussed here. A fibroma may be found on the gingiva, lips, palate, and buccal mucosa. It is hard or soft and pale or reddish, depending on the density of collagen and the abundance of vascular elements. The gingival fibroma (fibrous epulis) is usually derived from the periosteum. It is sessile or pedunculated, well defined, and slow growing. The papilloma is soft and pedunculated or, when…

Ä°shika Kuroko
Advanced Bell Stage of Tooth Development. Oral Pathology, Pediatric Dentistry, Dental Hygiene, Pathology, Dental Hygiene School, Stem Cells, Dental Anatomy, Dental Student, Cervical

Advanced Bell Stage EO- Enamel Organ OEE- Outer Enamel epithelium SR- Stellate Reticulum SI- stratum Intermedium IEE- Inner Enamel Epithelium EM- Enamel Matrix CL- Cervical Loop A- Ameloblast ( showing Reversal of polarity) OEE Folds ( Invagination of OEE- Reversal of nutrition) DP- Dental Pulp OD- Odontoblast D- Dentin UMC- Undifferentiated mesenchymal cells DS- Dental Sac Contributed by Dr. Vimi Mutalik Advanced Bell stage by Vimi Mutalik is licensed under a Creative Commons…

Dr.Mandana Donoghue