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Oral Path4

OralPathReview#61-81

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Inherited anemia resulting from abnormal hemoglobin in RBC's and occurs when oxygen is decreased is called: Sickle cell anemia
90% of all oral malignancies are Squamous cell carcinoma
List three predisposing factors for the most common oral malignancies Tobacco use; alcohol; sunshine
CBC stands for: ___________ _______ ______. What three types of cells does it measure? Complete blood count; RBC's, WBC's, platelets
Virus causing herpangina coxsackievirus
Benign odontogenic tumor that is locally aggressive, has high recurrence rate, multi or unilocular in molar ramus area: Odontogenic keratocyst (OKC)
1. Most common malignant salivary gland tumor in children is: 2. What are the most common major and minor gland locations? 1. mucoepidermoid carcinoma 2. parotid and palate
An abnormally low WBC count is called Leukopenia
A true carcinoma that has not progressed to the point of invasion is called carcinoma in situ
List three characteristics of cells within malignant tumors: Pleomorphic-vary in shape and size; Hyperchromatic-nuclei darker than normal; abnormal mitotic cells-cells not dividing normally
The most common salivary gland neoplasm is the: Pleomorphic adenoma
Excessive number of abnormal WBC's in circulating blood characterizes: Leukemia
Cells recognizable as being from the primary tumor are called well-differentiated tumor cells
A mass of enamel, dentin, cementum, and pulp that does not resemble a tooth complex odontoma
What do the calcifying epithelial odontogenic tumor, the adenomatoid odontogenic tumor and the calcifying odontogenic cysts have in common radiographically? radiopacities within the radiolucency
What age, race, sex and location typically describe the cementoma AKA periapical cemental dysplasia? >30, women more often than men, black women
A cluster of numerous miniature teeth surrounded by a radiolucent halo compound odontoma
A "sunburst" pattern radiographically describes what tumor? Osteosarcoma
A malignant proliferation of plasma cells multiple myeloma
Bence-Jones proteints are fragments of immunoglobulin in patients with: multiple myeloma
Benign proliferation of capillaries usually congenital: pyogenic granuloma
Created by: ClarkDH