5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a Infiltration and active destruction of surrounding tissues
- b A protien, also called an anitibody, synthesized by plasma cells in response to a specific antigen
- c A benign tumor of lymphatic vessels. The most common intraoral location is the tongue, where the lympanginoma presents as an ill defined mass with a pebbly surface.
- d Transport of neoplastic cells to parts of the body remote from the primary tumor and the establishment of new tumors at those sites
- e A benign, slow growing but locally aggressive epithelial odontogenci tuor that may arise in iether the maxilla or the mandible It's an unencapsulated tumor that infilatrates into surrounding tissue and can cause extensive destruction.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A benign prolifereation of capillaries. It's a common vascular lesion considered by many to represent a developmental lesion rather than a tumor because it does not generally exhibit an unlimted growth potential
- A malignant tumor of cartilage
- A specific type of squmaous cell carcinoma that appears as a slow growing exophytic tumor with a pebbly white and red surface, usually in the vestibule or buccal mucosa. Often assoicatied with the used of smokeless tobacco
- Attached by base
- A benign mesenchymal odontogenic tumor that occurs anywhere in the maxilla or mandible, with the mandible being more common. It may displace teeth and spread to other locations.
5 True/False Questions
leiomyoma → A benign tumor of fat
erythoplakia → A clinical term used to identify a white, plaque like lesion of the oral mucosa that cannot be wiped off and cannot be diagnosed as any other sisease on a clinical basis
leukemia → A clinical term used to identify a white, plaque like lesion of the oral mucosa that cannot be wiped off and cannot be diagnosed as any other sisease on a clinical basis
epithelial dysplasia → A tumor that develops from epithelium.. There are three types; 1) tumors derived from squamous epithelium 2) tumors dervied from salivary gland epithelium, and 3) tumors derived from odontogenic epithelium
basal cell carcinoma → A malignant tumor of squmous epitheilum. It's the most common primary malignancy of the oral cavity and like other malignant tumors can inflitrate adjacent tissues and metastasize to distant sites. Also known as epidermoid carcinoma