By George Laskaris
Seven years have handed due to the fact that booklet of the 1st version of the Pocket Atlas of Oral illnesses, and its enthusiastic attractiveness through dentists, physicians, and scientific and dental scholars has surpassed an expectations.For the second one version the scientific orientation of the e-book continues to be unchanged. but the booklet now comprises 31 new topicsand over a hundred extra colour plates. a couple of latest illustrations were changed via extra consultant top of the range colour plates. the unique textual content has been revised and up to date to maintain speed with the newest options in oral medicine.For extra scientific info, readers may possibly seek advice from my significant booklet ColorAtlas of Oral illnesses, 3rd variation, 2003, and for remedy info tomy contemporary e-book therapy of Oral illnesses, 2005, either released by way of Georg Thieme Publishers.
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32 Leukoedema of the buccal mucosa. 29 30 White Lesions White Sponge Nevus Definition White sponge nevus, or Cannon disease, is a relatively rare genodermatosis. Etiology Genetic. It is inherited as an autosomal dominant trait. Clinical features It presents as symmetrical white lesions with multiple furrows and a spongy texture (Fig. 33). The lesions may appear at birth, or more commonly in early childhood. The buccal mucosa and the ventral surface of the tongue are the sites of predilection, although lesions may develop anywhere in the mouth, or even in the vaginal and rectal mucosa.
The lesions heal spontaneously in about a week. The diagnosis is made exclusively on clinical grounds. Differential diagnosis Chemical burn, traumatic lesions, herpes simplex, aphthous ulcers, drug reactions. Treatment No treatment is required. Red Lesions Fig. 45 Traumatic hematoma on the lower lip. Fig. 46 Erosions on the dorsum of the tongue, caused by very hot food. 45 46 Red Lesions Radiation Mucositis Definition and etiology Oral radiation mucositis is a side effect of radiation treatment of head and neck tumors.
Skin graft into the oral cavity may be associated with unpleasant feelings. The diagnosis is based on the history and the clinical features. Differential diagnosis losa. Treatment Leukoplakia, traumatic scar, epidermolysis bul- No treatment is required. White Lesions 39 Fig. 41 Mucosal graft. Fig. 42 Skin graft presenting as a white plaque on the lateral border of the tongue. 40 White Lesions Epithelial Peeling Definition Epithelial peeling is a relatively common superficial desquamation (epitheliolysis) of the oral mucosa.
Pocket Atlas of Oral Diseases by George Laskaris