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Omd 411

  1. 1. OMD 411 Oral Diagnosis Mohamed Fouda Teaching assistant Oral medicine and Periodontolgy Department
  2. 2. Traumatic Ulcers • Sharp edge of denture or a broken tooth  traumatic ulcer on tongue and/or buccal mucosa. • Removal of the cause  healing within 7-10 days • If not  Biopsy
  3. 3. RAU Minor aphthous ulcer
  4. 4. Major aphthous ulcer on the lower lip
  5. 5. Major aphthous ulcer, necrotic, on the lower lip
  6. 6. Multiple herpetiform ulcers on the tongue
  7. 7. Primary Herpetic Stomatitis Primary herpetic gingivostomatitis: multiple ulcers on the tongue.
  8. 8. Primary herpetic gingivostomatitis: erythema and multiple ulcers on the gingiva
  9. 9. Herpangina Herpes zoster
  10. 10. Recurrent Herpes Simplex Lesion
  11. 11. Erythema Multiforme Acute • Inflammatory • Mucocutaneous disease • Oral lesions (most prominent or the only one • (seen
  12. 12. Central zone of erythema Middle zone of edema (paler( Outer ring of erythema (well defined( Erythema multiforme: typical target- or iris-like lesions of the skin.
  13. 13. Erythema multiforme: multiple erosions on the lips and tongue
  14. 14. Tuberculosis • Ulcer on tongue (mid dorsum – tip( • Less common on lips and other parts • ِAngular, stellate • Overhanging edges, pale floor • Painless in its early stages
  15. 15. Syphilis Chancre
  16. 16. .Linea alba
  17. 17. Fordyce’s Granules .Fordyce’s granules are ectopic sebaceous glands of the oral mucosa
  18. 18. .Nicotinic stomatitis
  19. 19. .Aspirin burn
  20. 20. Chronic biting of the buccal mucosa
  21. 21. Lichen Planus
  22. 22. Candida
  23. 23. .Denture stomatitis
  24. 24. Angular Chelitis
  25. 25. Geographic tongue Characteristically, the lesions persist for a short time in one area, then disappear completely and reappear in another area. The condition is usually asymptomatic
  26. 26. Hairy tongue characterized by an asymptomatic elongation of the filiformpapillae of the dorsum of the tongue, sometimes extending over several millimeters.
  27. 27. Pernicious anemia: red and smooth dorsum of the tongue
  28. 28. Squamous cell carcinoma presenting as a red mass on the lateral border of the tongue.
  29. 29. Squamous cell carcinoma
  30. 30. Normal pigmentation of the gingiva
  31. 31. .Smoker’s melanosis of the gingiva
  32. 32. Bismuth deposition within the gingival papillae
  33. 33. ANUG
  34. 34. .Mucocele of the lower lip
  35. 35. .Ranula
  36. 36. .Torus mandibularis Torus palatinus
  37. 37. Gingival abscess
  38. 38. extrinsic stain Tetracycline stains fluorosis
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