By Isaäc van der Waal
This atlas is designed to help all who're all in favour of diagnosing and treating oral ailments. person chapters concentrate on lesions and issues of the oral mucosa, smooth tissues (including the minor salivary glands), lips, tongue, gingiva, palate, and jaw bones (odontogenic and non-odontogenic lesions). as well as the extra universal illnesses, much less common problems also are lined, a few of which were well-known merely in recent times. all through, the procedure is perform orientated, with concise textual content and an abundance of top of the range medical, radiographic, and, the place acceptable, histopathologic pictures. The mixed education of the writer in oral surgical procedure and oral pathology implies that he has extraordinary services in either the prognosis and the remedy of oral illnesses. His specific wisdom and adventure are totally mirrored within the Atlas of Oral Diseases, so as to be very precious for dental and doctors of their day-by-day practice.
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If not, excision and histopathologic verification may be considered. Recurrences are rare. 2 Lipoma Definition Benign neoplasm of fat cells. Fig. 18 Fibrous hyperplasia of buccal mucosa in a patient suffering from tuberous sclerosis a Clinical Aspects Fibroma-like appearance, sometimes showing a somewhat yellowish color, having a soft consistency (Fig. 21), being otherwise asymptomatic. Bilateral, symmetrical occurrence is extremely rare. b Fig. 19 (a) Fibrous swellings in a patient suffering from Crohn’s disease.
106). Another cause of melanin pigmentation consists of excessive smoking habits (smokers’ melanosis), particularly in the anterior part of the mouth but also on the buccal mucosa. After cessation of the smoking habits, the pigmentation will disappear in some months (Fig. 107). , hydroxychloroquine, particularly on the palate (Fig. 108); it is a harmless phenomenon, and there is no need to change the medication. Adrenal insufficiency, as is the case in Addison disease, may result in generalized brownish discoloration of the skin and mucosas; when treating the underlying disease, the discoloration will disappear in a matter of a few months (Fig.
Whitishyellowish scaly appearance, asymptomatic other- 41 wise. Usually, a clinical diagnosis. The clinical differential diagnosis includes: • Candidiasis, hyperplastic type • Hairy leukoplakia (most likely caused by underlying HIV infection) bilaterally on the borders of the tongue • Leukoplakia • Pachyonychia congenita (Fig. 88a–d); see also Chap. 4 • White sponge nevus Histopathology In case of a biopsy, the histopathology will show some acanthosis. There is no epithelial dysplasia. On the surface, a rather characteristic layer of microorganisms is often present (Fig.
Atlas of Oral Diseases: A Guide for Daily Practice by Isaäc van der Waal