Basal Cell Carcinoma
Most common form of skin cancer
The temporary paralysis of the muscles of one side of the face.
Sudden but temporary unilateral facial paralysis from unknown cause.
Any red patch of tissue in the oral cavity that cannot be associated with inflammation.
A benign tumor of connective tissue cells; a reactive hyprerplasia rather than a true neoplasm.
Benign tumor of connective tissue.
A condition first appearing on the lower let or ankle and then appearing in the oral cavity as small, white papules that group and form interlacing white line.
The spreading of a carcinoma.
Movement of cancer throughout the body.
Trama to a minor salivary gland resulting in a bubble on the inside of the lip.
A benign lesion of squamous epithelium tissue resembling a cauliflower in appearance.
Epithelial tumor of the skin or mucous membrane.
Squamous Cell Carcinoma
A cancer of the squamous epithelium usually found in adults 40 years or older; lesions appear under the tongue, and on the soft palate tonsil area.
Weakening and extension of blood vessels in the oral cavity beneath the tongue primarily seen in the elderly.