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64 terms
Oral Pathology Ch. 1
Bulla
What does a bulla usually contain?
Lobule
Macule
a circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5 mm in di…
serious fluid (blister)
a segment or lobe that is a part of the whole; they appear fu…
an area that is usually distinguished by a different color fr…
Bulla
a circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5 mm in di…
What does a bulla usually contain?
serious fluid (blister)
149 terms
Oral Pathology: Ch. 1
How to describe a lesion
Macule
Papule
Bulla
When did it appear? Consistency, Color, Size, Surface texture…
Freckle or flat mole. Always contains melanin pigment.... Define…
Less than 1 cm. Elevated or protrudes above the normal surrou…
Circumscribed elevated lesion more than 5 mm that contains se…
How to describe a lesion
When did it appear? Consistency, Color, Size, Surface texture…
Macule
Freckle or flat mole. Always contains melanin pigment.... Define…
44 terms
Oral pathology 1
Orofacial development
Primary palate made from
Secondary palate made from
Cleft lip caused by... % of unilateral ca…
• Central face development (begins at week 4)... • Nasal (olfact…
merging of medial nasal processes, incisors missing
maxillary processes
defective fusion of medial nasal processes with maxillary pro…
Orofacial development
• Central face development (begins at week 4)... • Nasal (olfact…
Primary palate made from
merging of medial nasal processes, incisors missing
85 terms
Oral Pathology Quiz #1
bulla
bulla
lobule
lobule
circumscribed elevated lesion that is more than 5 mm in diame…
a segment or lobe that is part of a whole, sometimes appear f…
bulla
bulla
circumscribed elevated lesion that is more than 5 mm in diame…
59 terms
Oral pathology chapter 1
Define Bulla
Define lobule
Define macule
define papule
A circumscribed elevated lesion larger than 5mm which contain…
A segment or lobe that is a part of the whole, they sometimes…
an area that is usually distinguished by a color different fr…
a small, circumscribed lesion usually less than 1 cm in diame…
Define Bulla
A circumscribed elevated lesion larger than 5mm which contain…
Define lobule
A segment or lobe that is a part of the whole, they sometimes…
178 terms
Oral pathology exam 1
Macule -
Papule -
Bulla -
Vesicle -
area distinguished by color differentiation from adjacent tis…
small circumscribed lesion usually < 1cm in diameter elevated…
circumscribed elevated lesion > 5mm in diameter with serous f…
small elevated lesions < 1cm in diameter containing serous fl…
Macule -
area distinguished by color differentiation from adjacent tis…
Papule -
small circumscribed lesion usually < 1cm in diameter elevated…
22 terms
1. Oral pathology Intro
list 5 properties of oral epithelium
what is orthokeratinised epithelium
What is parakeratinised epithelium
what is the function of the keratin la…
1. stratified squamous epithelium ... 2.keratinised epithelium (…
this is epithelium that is keratinised but does not have a nu…
keratinised epithelium that has shrunken residual nuclei ... pyk…
1. acts as a protective barrier... appears white in the oral cav…
list 5 properties of oral epithelium
1. stratified squamous epithelium ... 2.keratinised epithelium (…
what is orthokeratinised epithelium
this is epithelium that is keratinised but does not have a nu…
47 terms
Oral Pathology Chp. 1
After arriving at a differential diagn…
The descriptive term that would best b…
Which one of the following terms descr…
Clinical diagnosis can be used to dete…
Microscopic
Macule
Pedunculated
Unerupted supernumerary teeth
After arriving at a differential diagn…
Microscopic
The descriptive term that would best b…
Macule
32 terms
Chapter 1 Oral Pathology
Bulla
Lobule
Macule
Papule
A circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5 mm in di…
A segment or lobe that is part of a whole... These lobes sometim…
An area that is usually distinguished by a color different fr…
A small, circumscribed lesion usually less than 1 cm in diame…
Bulla
A circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5 mm in di…
Lobule
A segment or lobe that is part of a whole... These lobes sometim…
178 terms
Oral pathology exam 1
Macule -
Papule -
Bulla -
Vesicle -
area distinguished by color differentiation from adjacent tis…
small circumscribed lesion usually < 1cm in diameter elevated…
circumscribed elevated lesion > 5mm in diameter with serous f…
small elevated lesions < 1cm in diameter containing serous fl…
Macule -
area distinguished by color differentiation from adjacent tis…
Papule -
small circumscribed lesion usually < 1cm in diameter elevated…
57 terms
oral pathology chapter 1
Describing Lesion
Bulla
Lobulated
Macule
Size, Shape, Architecture, color, consistency, texture, durat…
Circumscribed elevated lesion more than 5 mm. contains serous…
Segment or lobe that is part of a whole. Sometimes appears fu…
Small confined area of epidermis or mucosa. Distinguished by…
Describing Lesion
Size, Shape, Architecture, color, consistency, texture, durat…
Bulla
Circumscribed elevated lesion more than 5 mm. contains serous…
88 terms
Oral Pathology lecture 1
Pustule Picture
Pustule
Papule Picture
Papule
Pus filled elevations- purulent exudate
Small elevated lesion protruding above the surface of normal…
Pustule Picture
Pustule
Pus filled elevations- purulent exudate
53 terms
Oral Pathology Chapter 1
Total Wellness
Disease
Clinical Evaluation
Where is oral cancer primarily found?
emotional, physical, spiritual, social
an interruption, cessation, or disorder of body functions, sy…
intraoral and extraoral examination (oral cancer screening)
lip, tongue, and tonsils
Total Wellness
emotional, physical, spiritual, social
Disease
an interruption, cessation, or disorder of body functions, sy…
57 terms
Oral Pathology Ch 1
bulla
pustules
vesicle
macule
a circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5 mm in di…
variously sized circumscribed elevations containing pus
a small, elevated lesion less than 1 cm in diameter that cont…
an area that is usually distinguished by a color different fr…
bulla
a circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5 mm in di…
pustules
variously sized circumscribed elevations containing pus
Oral Pathology Unit 1
Oral Pathology
Historical Diagnosis
Clinical Diagnosis
Radiographic Diagnosis
The study of diseases in the oral cavity
Personal history, family history, medical and dental historie…
A _________ is based on the clinical appearance of the lesion…
Radiographs are excellent in providing information about peri…
Oral Pathology
The study of diseases in the oral cavity
Historical Diagnosis
Personal history, family history, medical and dental historie…
88 terms
Test 1 Oral Pathology
Sjogren Syndrome
Sicca Syndrome
Hyposalivation
Xerophthalmia
Autoimmune disease that affects the salivary and lacrimal gla…
Combination of dry mouth and dry eyes with Sjogren syndrome
Decrease salivary flow
Dry eyes due to decreased lacrimal flow.
Sjogren Syndrome
Autoimmune disease that affects the salivary and lacrimal gla…
Sicca Syndrome
Combination of dry mouth and dry eyes with Sjogren syndrome
75 terms
oral pathology chapters 1-3
fibroma with a sessile base
fibroma with a pedunculated base
lobulated torus palatinus
squamous cell carcinoma involving the…
fibroma with a sessile base
fibroma with a pedunculated base
140 terms
Oral Pathology Test 1
What is pathology?
What is health?
What is disease?
(T/F) ... Oral cancer is more common in m…
The study of disease, or more specifically, the study of abno…
A state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being-n…
An interruption, cessation, or disorder of body functions, sy…
TRUE... "Incidence rates are more than 2x as high in men as in w…
What is pathology?
The study of disease, or more specifically, the study of abno…
What is health?
A state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being-n…
225 terms
Oral pathology exam 1
Macule -
Papule -
Bulla -
Vesicle -
area distinguished by color differentiation from adjacent tis…
small circumscribed lesion usually < 1cm in diameter elevated…
circumscribed elevated lesion > 5mm in diameter with serous f…
small elevated lesions < 1cm in diameter containing serous fl…
Macule -
area distinguished by color differentiation from adjacent tis…
Papule -
small circumscribed lesion usually < 1cm in diameter elevated…
41 terms
Diagnosis of oral lesion- Ch.1 Oral Pathology
A circumscribed , elevated lesion that…
A segment or lobe that is a part of th…
An area that is usually distinguished…
Small, circumscribed lesion <1cm, elev…
Bulla
lobule
Macule
Papule
A circumscribed , elevated lesion that…
Bulla
A segment or lobe that is a part of th…
lobule
40 terms
Lecture 1 Oral Pathology
developmental/congenital, inflammation…
Disease, etiologic, signs, symptoms, a…
Pathology
Etiology
Clinical disease can be caused by:
___________ is an entity characterized by at least two of the…
___________ is the science that deals with all aspects of dis…
_________ is the Cause of a disease.
developmental/congenital, inflammation…
Clinical disease can be caused by:
Disease, etiologic, signs, symptoms, a…
___________ is an entity characterized by at least two of the…
112 terms
Oral Pathology Exam 1
Gemination
Fusion
Dens in Dente (Dens invaginatus)
Dens Evaginatus
abnormally shaped crown that is extra wide due to the develop…
abnormally shaped tooth that may appear extra wide, a normal…
*focal area of the maxillary lateral incisor is folded inward…
focal area of the crown projects outward and produces an extr…
Gemination
abnormally shaped crown that is extra wide due to the develop…
Fusion
abnormally shaped tooth that may appear extra wide, a normal…
29 terms
Oral Pathology- Lec 1
clinical features of reactive disease
clinical features of neoplastic/ cysti…
plaque
macule
-painful... -rapid progression... -fever... -tender lymphadenopathy ea…
-asymptomatic... -slow progression... -afebrile... -nontender lymphade…
flat, slightly elevated lesion
flat area of color change
clinical features of reactive disease
-painful... -rapid progression... -fever... -tender lymphadenopathy ea…
clinical features of neoplastic/ cysti…
-asymptomatic... -slow progression... -afebrile... -nontender lymphade…
38 terms
Oral Pathology Test #1
pathology
etiology
pathogenesis
extrinsic
the study of disease or the study of abnormal conditions resu…
cause of the disease
manner in which the disease progresses
examples of this include pathologic organisms, physical or ch…
pathology
the study of disease or the study of abnormal conditions resu…
etiology
cause of the disease
46 terms
Oral Pathology 1
linea alba
Morsicatio buccarum
Traumatic ulcerations
4 types of traumatic ulcerations
asymptomatic... buccal mucosa... bilateral... occlusal plane ... pressure…
chronic cheek chewing... (buccarum/labiorum/linguarum)... stress-re…
loss of entire thickness of the surface epithelium (below bas…
1. traumatic ulcer... 2. traumatic granuloma... 3. atypical eosinop…
linea alba
asymptomatic... buccal mucosa... bilateral... occlusal plane ... pressure…
Morsicatio buccarum
chronic cheek chewing... (buccarum/labiorum/linguarum)... stress-re…
42 terms
Oral Pathology- 1
Causes of the Disease Process
Why do lesions feel the way they do?
Disease is an entity characterized usu…
The science that deals with all aspect…
Developmental / Congenital... Inflammation... Infections... Autoimmune…
Relationship to adjacent structures... Contents... Location
- A recognized etiologic agent... - Identifiable group of signs…
Pathology
Causes of the Disease Process
Developmental / Congenital... Inflammation... Infections... Autoimmune…
Why do lesions feel the way they do?
Relationship to adjacent structures... Contents... Location
14 terms
Oral Pathology 1
Cleft lip and palate; 20, 40
1 month; 18 months
Torus Palatinus and Mandibularis; 20,…
Bifid (Cleft) Tongue
results from failure of the embryonic process to unite proper…
Cleft lip is correct at the age of ___ _______. Cleft Palate…
Slow growing bony protuberance; incidence in US - ____ -_____…
caused by failure of 2 lateral halves of the anterior 2/3 of…
Cleft lip and palate; 20, 40
results from failure of the embryonic process to unite proper…
1 month; 18 months
Cleft lip is correct at the age of ___ _______. Cleft Palate…
42 terms
Oral Pathology Part 1
Pathology
Chemical
Bacteria/Virus
Trauma/Injury
The study of disease and its causes and effects and changes i…
nicotine/alcohol
herpes
cheek biting
Pathology
The study of disease and its causes and effects and changes i…
Chemical
nicotine/alcohol
41 terms
oral pathology p1
pathology
WD miller (1890)
Orland et. al
diet... time... bacteria... susceptible surface
science and cause and effect of diseases
saliva+CHO+teeth structure... decalcification caused by bacteria…
infective nature of disease is by ______________... caries consi…
general factors that cause dental caries
pathology
science and cause and effect of diseases
WD miller (1890)
saliva+CHO+teeth structure... decalcification caused by bacteria…
252 terms
Oral Pathology 1
Types of diagnoses
Things we should include on descriptio…
How we describe radiograph lesions
What do red (erythematous) tissues sig…
Working Dx: info gathered favors a certain dx--need addn. tes…
Location (specific)... Size measurement... Color... Texture (soft,…
radiolucent/opaque/mixed... size measurement... compare to previo…
Accumulation of blood... part of inflammatory process... Malignan…
Types of diagnoses
Working Dx: info gathered favors a certain dx--need addn. tes…
Things we should include on descriptio…
Location (specific)... Size measurement... Color... Texture (soft,…
27 terms
Oral Pathology ch 1
Bulla
Lobule
Macule
Papule
A circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5 mm in di…
A segment or lobe that is a part of the whole: these lobes so…
An area that is usually distinguished by a color different fr…
A small, circumscribed lesion usually less than 1 cm in diame…
Bulla
A circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5 mm in di…
Lobule
A segment or lobe that is a part of the whole: these lobes so…
44 terms
Oral Pathology 1
Macule
Patch
Papule
Vesicle
a flat area of epidermis or mucosa that has a different color…
an area larger than 1 cm that differs from the surrounding ti…
a circumscribed lesion less than 1 cm in diameter that protru…
a small (less than 1 cm in diameter), elevated lesion that co…
Macule
a flat area of epidermis or mucosa that has a different color…
Patch
an area larger than 1 cm that differs from the surrounding ti…
29 terms
Oral Pathology Outline 1
blank is the study of abnormalities/th…
the discipline bridges blank and basic…
to render diagnoses and guide therapy…
blank the study of disease to the oral…
pathology
clinical practice, science
gross (morphology)
oral pathology
blank is the study of abnormalities/th…
pathology
the discipline bridges blank and basic…
clinical practice, science
40 terms
Oral Pathology Quiz # 1
Bulla
Vesicle
Cyst
Pustule
a circumscribed elevated lesion, contains serous fluid, looks…
circumscribed elevation, can be found in clusters, filled wit…
a fluid filled mass, resides in subcutaneous tissue that is e…
circumscribed elevation, contains pus
Bulla
a circumscribed elevated lesion, contains serous fluid, looks…
Vesicle
circumscribed elevation, can be found in clusters, filled wit…
27 terms
Oral Pathology Ch. 1
Bulla
Lobule
Macule
Papule
A circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5 mm in di…
A segment or lobe that is a part of the whole; these lobes so…
An area that is usually distinguished by a color different fr…
A small, circumscribed lesion usually less than 1 cm in diame…
Bulla
A circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5 mm in di…
Lobule
A segment or lobe that is a part of the whole; these lobes so…
Oral Pathology Ch. 1
Bulla
Lobule
Macule
Papule
A circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5mm in dia…
A segment or lobe that is a part of the whole; these lobes so…
An area that is usually distinguished by a color different th…
A small, circumscribed lesion usually less than 1 cm in diame…
Bulla
A circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5mm in dia…
Lobule
A segment or lobe that is a part of the whole; these lobes so…
22 terms
Quiz #1 Oral Pathology
Leukoplakia
Frictional Keratosis
Tobacco Keratosis (Snuff Dipper's Kera…
Cigarette Smoking-Related Keratosis
Leukoplakia
Frictional Keratosis
29 terms
Oral pathology Chapter 1
Bulla
Lobule
Macule
Papule
A circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5mm in dia…
A segment or lobe that is a part of the whole; these lobes so…
An area of that is usually distinguished by a color different…
A small, circumscribed lesion usually less than 1 cm in diame…
Bulla
A circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5mm in dia…
Lobule
A segment or lobe that is a part of the whole; these lobes so…
13 terms
Oral Pathology unit 1
oral pathology
dentist or physician
sources of info for diagnosis
historical information
study of diseases in the oral cavity.
may diagnose a pathologic (disease) conditions, but it is imp…
-historical... -clinical... -radiographic... laboratory... -microscopic... -…
-family histories are important because of genetic disorders…
oral pathology
study of diseases in the oral cavity.
dentist or physician
may diagnose a pathologic (disease) conditions, but it is imp…
18 terms
Oral Pathology LO1
Who is the father of oral pathology
What is a macule?
What is a Patch?
What is a Vesicle?
Thomas Bond
A flat lesion that is differentiated from the surrounding tis…
An area that has a different surface texture with or without…
elevated lesion filled with a clear fluid and is 1 cm or less
Who is the father of oral pathology
Thomas Bond
What is a macule?
A flat lesion that is differentiated from the surrounding tis…
33 terms
Oral Pathology Chapter 1
Bulla
Lobule
Macule
Papule
A circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5 mm in di…
A segment or lobe that is a part of the whole; these lobes so…
An area that is usually distinguished by a color different fr…
A small, circumscribed lesion usually less than 1 cm in diame…
Bulla
A circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5 mm in di…
Lobule
A segment or lobe that is a part of the whole; these lobes so…
162 terms
Oral Pathology Exam 1
Bulla
Lobule
Macule
papule
A circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5 mm in di…
A segment or lobe that is part of the whole; these lobes some…
an area that is usually distinguished by a color different fr…
a small, circumscribed lesion usually less than 1 cm in diame…
Bulla
A circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5 mm in di…
Lobule
A segment or lobe that is part of the whole; these lobes some…
84 terms
CH 1 ORAL PATHOLOGY
Bulla
Lobule
Macule
Papule
An elevation lesion, filled with serous fluid, that is more t…
A segment or lobe that is a part of the whole; these lobes so…
An area that is usually distinguished by a color different fr…
A small, circumscribed lession usually less then 1 cm in diam…
Bulla
An elevation lesion, filled with serous fluid, that is more t…
Lobule
A segment or lobe that is a part of the whole; these lobes so…
347 terms
oral pathology exam 1
What type of images are used?
Xerostomia
Hyposalivation
Most common white lesion?
clinical photographs, radiographs, photomicrographs
patient description if dryness (symptom)
objective finding of dryness (sign)
oral cancer
What type of images are used?
clinical photographs, radiographs, photomicrographs
Xerostomia
patient description if dryness (symptom)
23 terms
Oral Pathology: Definitions (Games #1)
unknown cause; may be associated with…
trapped thyroid tissue resulting in a…
Fissured tongue may be associated with…
may be associated with chronic fungal…
Geographic Tongue
Lingual Thyroid
vitamin deficiency, chronic trauma, hyposalivation
Medial Rhomboid Glossitis
unknown cause; may be associated with…
Geographic Tongue
trapped thyroid tissue resulting in a…
Lingual Thyroid
19 terms
Oral Pathology week 1
what makes up oral epithelium
how does thickness of skin in oral cav…
what do white areas in mouth usually m…
what is below keratin layer
stratified squamous epithelium... keratinised and non keratinise…
differs from one anatomic site to the other
excess keratin
epithelium followed by basement membrane
what makes up oral epithelium
stratified squamous epithelium... keratinised and non keratinise…
how does thickness of skin in oral cav…
differs from one anatomic site to the other
20 terms
Oral Pathology Module 1
Macule
Patch
Papule
Vesicle
a flat area of epidermis or mucosa that has a different color…
an area larger than 1 cm that differs from the surrounding ti…
a circumscribed lesion less than 1 cm in diameter that protru…
a small (less than 1 cm in diameter), elevated lesion that co…
Macule
a flat area of epidermis or mucosa that has a different color…
Patch
an area larger than 1 cm that differs from the surrounding ti…
19 terms
Oral Pathology Lesions Ch. 1
pedunculated
sessile
plaque
papule
connected to the underlying tissue by a small stalk
a raised, wide-based lesion
a solid, raised, flat-topped lesion greater than 1 cm. in dia…
solid raised lesions smaller than 1cm in diameter
pedunculated
connected to the underlying tissue by a small stalk
sessile
a raised, wide-based lesion
Oral pathology Chapter 1
Bulla
Lobule
Macule
Papule
A circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5mm in dia…
A segment or lobe that is a part of the whole; these lobes so…
An area of that is usually distinguished by a color different…
A small, circumscribed lesion usually less than 1 cm in diame…
Bulla
A circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5mm in dia…
Lobule
A segment or lobe that is a part of the whole; these lobes so…
30 terms
Chapter 1 (Oral Pathology)
Bulla
Lobule
Macule
Papule
A circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5 mm in di…
A segment or lobe that is a part of the whole; these lobes so…
An area that is usually distinguished by a color different fr…
A small, circumscribed lesion usually less than 1cm in diamet…
Bulla
A circumscribed, elevated lesion that is more than 5 mm in di…
Lobule
A segment or lobe that is a part of the whole; these lobes so…
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