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Omd 411

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    • OMD 411 Oral Diagnosis Mohamed Fouda Teaching assistant Oral medicine and Periodontolgy Department
    • 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
    • RAU Minor aphthous ulcer
    • Major aphthous ulcer on the lower lip
    • Major aphthous ulcer, necrotic, on the lower lip
    • Multiple herpetiform ulcers on the tongue
    • Primary Herpetic Stomatitis Primary herpetic gingivostomatitis: multiple ulcers on the tongue.
    • Primary herpetic gingivostomatitis: erythema and multiple ulcers on the gingiva
    • Herpangina Herpes zoster
    • Recurrent Herpes Simplex Lesion
    • Erythema Multiforme Acute • Inflammatory • Mucocutaneous disease • Oral lesions (most prominent or the only one • (seen
    • 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.
    • Erythema multiforme: multiple erosions on the lips and tongue
    • 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
    • Syphilis Chancre
    • .Linea alba
    • Fordyce’s Granules .Fordyce’s granules are ectopic sebaceous glands of the oral mucosa
    • .Nicotinic stomatitis
    • .Aspirin burn
    • Chronic biting of the buccal mucosa
    • Lichen Planus
    • Candida
    • .Denture stomatitis
    • Angular Chelitis
    • 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
    • Hairy tongue characterized by an asymptomatic elongation of the filiformpapillae of the dorsum of the tongue, sometimes extending over several millimeters.
    • Pernicious anemia: red and smooth dorsum of the tongue
    • Squamous cell carcinoma presenting as a red mass on the lateral border of the tongue.
    • Squamous cell carcinoma
    • Normal pigmentation of the gingiva
    • .Smoker’s melanosis of the gingiva
    • Bismuth deposition within the gingival papillae
    • ANUG
    • .Mucocele of the lower lip
    • .Ranula
    • .Torus mandibularis Torus palatinus
    • Gingival abscess
    • extrinsic stain Tetracycline stains fluorosis