Color Atlas of Oral Diseases
The Color Atlas of Oral Diseases aids physicians in solving diagnostic problems & preparing their own outline of treatment. The entire spectrum of both local diseases & oral manifestations of systemic diseases is presented. Each disease is illustrated by outstanding representative clinical color photographs juxtaposed with a concise text delineating the clinical signs & symptoms. A unique aspect of this atlas is the inclusion of short differential diagnosis, treatment guides, and, where appropriate, laboratory tests. New in the second edition: - chapters on HIV infection & AIDS; renal diseases - new illustrations of lesions & pathologic conditions affecting the oral cavity - additions to & replacement of many illustrations
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Mixed Connective Tissue Disease
Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis
Allergic Stomatitis due to Eugenol
Diseases of the Tongue
Acute Submandibular Sialadenitis
Ipsilateral Masseters Spasm
Epidermolysis Bullosa Dystrophica
Malignant Fibrous Histiocytoma
Malignancies of the Hematopoietic
Other Salivary Gland Disorders
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acute adenoma affected alveolar mucosa anemia angular cheilitis aphthous ulcers appear Arch Dermatol areas atrophic benign bone buccal mucosa bullae bullous Cancer candidosis cause characterized chronic cicatricial pemphigoid clinical features common congenital cutaneous cyst denture dermatitis diagnosis should include differential diagnosis includes disease disorder dorsum drugs edema epidermolysis bullosa epithelial erosions erythema multiforme establish the diagnosis facial fibroma frequently glossitis hemangiomas hemorrhagic Histopathologic examination HIV infection intraoral involved Kaposi's sarcoma Laboratory test Laskaris G lentigo lesions leukemia leukoplakia lichen planus lower lip lymphoma minor salivary glands mouth mucocutaneous mucous multiple necrotizing neoplasms neutropenia nevus nodules occur oral cavity oral lesions oral manifestations oral mucosa Oral Pathol Oral Surg painful painless papillae papules parotid patients periodontal peripheral pigmentation plaque rarely salivary glands squamous cell carcinoma steroids stomatitis surface surgical excision swelling syndrome syphilis teeth therapy tion tongue topathologic examination traumatic Treatment is surgical usually verrucous Wegener's granulomatosis whitish xerostomia
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Page 347 - Localization of Epstein-Barr virus DNA in the epithelial cells of oral hairy leukoplakia by in situ hybridization of tissue sections. N Engl J Med 1989; 320:1559-1560.
Page 359 - Epidemiological evidence for causal relationship between Epstein-Barr virus and Burkitt's lymphoma from Ugandan prospective study.
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