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Histology Chp. 9&10
Final Exam Study Guide
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Lining of the oral cavity
3 types of oral mucosa:
Type of mucosa that is soft and moist; nonkeratinized; where Fordyce's granules are found
Type of mucosa that has a rubbery texture; more resiliant than lining mucosa; keratinized and has many Rete ridges.
Type of mucosa that is found on attached gingiva, hard palate, and dorsal surface of tongue
Type of mucosa found on dorsal surface of tongue and is associated with lingual papilla (taste buds)
3 types of epithelium of oral mucosa
Type of epithelium associated with lining mucosa; most common mucosa in the mouth
Least common type of mucosa; has prickle layer (superficial to basal layer)
What makes up the bulk of orthokeratinized epithelium?
Type of epithelium associated with masticatory mucosa and dorsal surface of tongue
Epithelial cells of the oral mucosa that produce keratin
Different types; do not produce keratin
Where are the gingival fibers of periodontium found?
A layer of connective tissue that lies beneath surface epithelium; contains collagen (most common) and elastic fibers. Found in all the types of epithelium.
Nonkeratinized; Type of lining mucosa; opaque pink, shiny, moist; with possible areas of melanin pigmentation and Fordyce's granules.
Labial and buccal mucosa
Nonkeratinized; Type of lining mucosa; Reddish-pink, shiny, moist, extremely mobile.
Nonkeratinized; type of lining mucosa; reddish pink, moist, shiny, compressible, with vascular blue areas; mobility varies
Ventral tongue surface and floor of the mouth
Nonkeratinized; Type of lining mucosa; Deep pink with yellow hue and moist surface; compressible and extremely elastic
Orthokeratinized; Type of masticatory mucosa; pink, immobile, and firm medial zone, with rugae and raphe; cushioned lateral zones
Keratinized; type of masticatory mucosa; opaque pink, dull, firm, immobile; with areas of melanin pigmentation possible and varying amounts of stippling
Type of papillae that is the most common
type of papillae that is mushroom-shaped; gives tongue speckled appearance
type of papillae that is found on side of tongue
type of papillae that is larger, v-shaped, on posterior of tongue
Migratory glossitis; visible changes of the filiform papillae
Found on dorsal surface of tongue; layer of dead cells and keratin built up on tongue
Black hairy tongue
Tissue renewal rates of:
Floor of mouth
Buccal and labial mucosa
Hard palate: 24 days
Floor of mouth: 20 days
Buccal and labial mucosa: 14 days
Attached gingiva: 10 days
Taste buds: 10 days
Junctional epithelium: 4-6 days
Tissue that covers alveolar process including attached gingiva and marginal gingiva
the gingival tissue that tightly adheres to the bone around the roots of the teeth
The gingival tissue between adjacent teeth is an extension of attached gingiva and is the interdental gingiva forming:
Most superficial part of marginal gingiva; should be recorded on patient's chart
Free gingival crest
Gingiva with no stippling and is nonkeratinized
Where is blood supply located?
Where are fiber groups found?
The junction between the tooth surface and the gingival tissue
What do the sulcular epithelium and junctional epithelium form together?
Dentogingival junctional tissue
Epithelium that stand away from the tooth creating gingival sulcus
Fluid in the gingival sulcus
Gingival Crevicular Fluid
The amount of Gingival crevicular fluid is ____ in healthy tissue.
Deeper extension of sulcular epithelium
Antibody found in saliva
Antibody that is able to pass through saliva
Antibody that helps with allergies
Most abundant WBC
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