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OPT Periodontal

localized juvenile spongiotic gingival hyperplasia isolated patch of exterior and inflamed sulcular epithelium
necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis (NUG, Vincent's infection) caused by spirochete and fusiform bacteria; inflamed papillae and gray pseudomembrane, forms with psychologic stress {trench mouth}
necrotizing ulcerative periodontitis NUG that spreads to underlying periodontium
necrotizing ulcerative mucositis NUG that has spread to adjacent soft tissue
noma (cancrum oris) NUG that extends through mucosa to skin of the face
plasma cell gingivitis (atypical gingivostomatitis) sore, enlarged, erythematous gingiva; usually from allergic reaction; gingival CT is filled with plasma cells
granulomatous gingivitis granulomatous inflammation in gingiva, can be a response to dental materials {foreign body gingivitis}
desquamative gingivitis clinical term, mucosa of gingival sloughs off very easily, associated with pemphigoid
1. Dilantin 2. Cyclosporine 3. Nefedipine Drugs that cause gingival hyperplasia
gingival fibromatosis slow gingival enlargement caused by overgrowth of gingival CT
Papillon-Lefevre syndrome autosomal recessive disorder that knocks out the {cathepsin C gene} that guides growth and development of skin, junctional epithelium in mouth; diffuse palmar/plantar keratosis
cathepsin C gene knocked out in Papillon-Lefevre syndrome; guides growth of skin and junctional epithelium
Created by: Alexandra Arnold Alexandra Arnold