Color Atlas of Common Oral Diseases by Robert P. Langlais DDS MS, Craig S. Miller DMD, Jill S.

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By Robert P. Langlais DDS MS, Craig S. Miller DMD, Jill S. Gehrig RDH MA

This article offers prime quality color pictures of universal oral ailments. The illustrations are prepared based on their vital scientific features. insurance is greatly established. each one complete web page color plate contains 8 illustrations of issues heavily similar by means of visual appeal or aetiology, for comparability and differentiation. at the pages contrary to the scientific images, concise, informative textual content discusses aetiology, direction and therapy in addition to diagnostic details on the subject of situation, intercourse, age and race. Appendices supply stream charts, RX abbreviations, healing protocols and a self-assessment quiz.

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Wrinkles. or overlapping folds lissue. The borders of the lesion are irregular and diffll5t:: Ihey fade into adjacent lissue making it difficult to determine where Ihe lesion begins and ends. Diagnosis oblained by strelching the mucosa, causing the whitt appearance 10 significantly diminish or disappear in some cases. Wiping the lesion fails to remove it. The edolog) leukoedema is unknown. No serious complications art associated with this lesion, nor is treatment required. Morsicatlo Buccarum ,Mucosal Chewing' {Figs..

The lip and labial commissure are other frequent sites of phlebectasia. No treatment is required of this condition. 3 Ungual tonsil apparent poslenor to the ~o ~-7 Ankyloglossia. Fig. 19ยท4. 5 Fissured tongue, a mild Fig. 19-2. Foliate papilla on the lateral bOrder of the tongue case fig. '9-6. Fissured tongue and subtle manifestations of geographic tongue Fig. 19-8. 1V1ultlpie purple lingual varicosities; ventral tongue /Courtesy Dr linda OtJsj 4. CONDmONS PECULIAR TO THE TONGUE Scalloped Tongue 'Crenated Tongue' ,Figs.

The lesion may be differentiated from similar lesions by confinning its distinctive location p0sterior to Ihe circumvallate papillae and by ulilizing radionuelide studies. Biopsy should be deferred until it is ascertLnc:d that the remainder of the thyroid gland is present and function. ing. he lingual thyroid is the only active thyroid tissue present. Cyst of Blandl~uhn (Ungual Mucous Retention Cyst) (Fig. 22-81 The glands of Blandin-Nuhn art the accessory salivary glands on the venlral surface of Iht tongue composed of mixed serous and mucous elements.

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