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9. Erythroplakia. 10. Squamous cell carcinoma. PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version
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Red and red white lesions: 1. Lichen planus. 2. Electrogalvanic white lesion. 3. Lupus erythematosus. 4. Lichenoid and lupuslike drug eruption. 5. Acute pseudomembranous candidiasis. 6. Acute atrophic candidiasis. 7. Angular cheilitis. 8. Chronic atrophic candidiasis. Pigmented lesions: 1. Oral melanotic macule. 2. Nevus. 3. Melanoma. 4. Peutz- jeghers syndrome. 5. Addison's disease. 6. Heavy metal pigmentation. Nodules: 1. Retrocuspid papilla: a growth on the lingual surface of the attached gingival of the mandibular cuspids. 2. Oral lymphoepithelial cyst: arises of entrapped epithelium in lymphoid tissue. 3. Tori, exostosis and osteoma. 4. Irritation fibroma: common benign hyperplasia result of chronic irritaion. 5. Giant cell fibroma: a variant of irritation fibroma. 6. Lipoma: common bengin dermal tumor . 7. Lipofibroma: benign intraoral neoplasm of mixed origin. 8. Traumatic neuroma: benign tumor of neural tissue. 9. Neurofibroma: neoplastic proliferation of peripheral nerve. 10. Oral squamous papilloma: common benign epithelial neoplasm. 11. Verruca valgaris: common skin wart. 12. Focal epithelial hyperplasia: a virus induced disease. 13. Condyloma acuminatum: is a papillomatous growth. 14. Lymphangioma: benign hamartoma of lymphatic channels PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version
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15. Primary herpetic gingivostomatitis: caused by herpes simplex virus. 16. Recurrent herpes simplex. 17. Herpangina: caused by A and B coxsackie viruses. Vesiculobullous lesions: 1. Varcella (Chikenpox): herpes zoster virus infection. 2. Herpes zoster (shingles): recurrent infection of chickenpox. 3. Hand- food- and mouth disease: caused by many coxsackie A and B viruses. 4. Allergic reactions: localized anaphylaxis - generalized anaphylaxis - allergic stomatitis angioedema - delayed hypersensitivity and contact stomatitis. 5. Plasma cell gingivitis. 6. Erythema multiforme. 7. Stevens- Johnson Syndrome. 8. Toxic epidermal necrolysis. 9. Pemphigus vulgaris. 10. Pemphigoid. Ulcerative lesions: 1. Traumatic ulcer. 2. Aphthous stomatitis. 3. Herpetiform ulceration. 4. Behcet's syndrome. 5. Granulomatous ulcer. 6. Squamous cell carcinoma. 7. Chemotherapeutic ulcer. Sexually related and sexually transmissible conditions: 1. Traumatic condition. 2. Sexually transmitted pharyngitis. 3. Infictious mononucleosis. 4. Syphilis. 5. HIV infection and AIDS. PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version
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  • Spring '20
  • Stomatitis, Periodontitis, Oral pathology, Traumatic bone cyst, cheilitis, Eruption cyst

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