Color atlas of oral diseases
For the third edition, the text has been thoroughly revised to keep pace with new concepts in oral medicine. The structure of the text has been clarified and made more practically useful, with references to etiology, clinical images, differential diagnosis, laboratory diagnostic tests, and therapy guidelines. Also new in the third edition: four new chapters, and more than 240 new, exquisite illustrations of lesions and pathologic conditions affecting the oral cavity.
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acute affected alveolar mucosa anemia angular cheilitis antibiotics aphthous ulcers appear areas atrophic benign bone buccal mucosa bullae bullous candidosis cause characterized chronic cicatricial pemphigoid common confirm the diagnosis cutaneous cyst denture dermatitis diagnosis should include differential diagnosis includes disease disorder dorsum drugs edema enlargement epidermolysis bullosa erosions erythema multiforme establish the diagnosis fibroma frequently gingival glossitis hemangiomas hemorrhagic Histopathologic examination HIV infection hyperplasia involved Kaposi's sarcoma Laboratory test lentigo lesions leukemia leukoplakia lichen planus lower lip lymphoma malignant melanoma minor salivary glands mouth multiple necrotizing neoplasm nevus nodules occur oral cavity oral lesions oral manifestations oral mucosa Oral Surg painful painless papillae papules parotid patients periodontal peripheral pigmentation plaque pleomorphic adenoma rarely salivary glands Sjogren's skin lesions soft squamous cell carcinoma steroids stomatitis surface surgical excision swelling syndrome syphilis teeth therapy tion tissue tongue topathologic examination traumatic Treatment is surgical tumor usually verrucous vesicles whitish xerostomia
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