Tag: Oral Pathology

Oral lichen planus: Clinical feature, Symptoms, Types and Treatment

Oral lichen planus: Clinical feature, Symptoms, Types and Treatment

Oral lichen planus: Clinical feature, Symptoms, types and Treatment Oral lichen planus: Lichen planus is a chronic inflammatory autoimmune disorder which affects mucosa with or without involving the skin or other mucosa. Clinical feature: 1. Age: Middle age and adult 2. Sex: Female predilection in 65% cases 3. Site: a. Posterior aspect of buccal mucosa […]

August 22, 2012 | By | Reply More
Actinomycosis | Laboratory tests , Differential diagnosis , Treatment

Actinomycosis | Laboratory tests , Differential diagnosis , Treatment

Actinomycosis | Laboratory tests , Differential diagnosis , Treatment Laboratory tests •Bacteriological and histopathological examination Actinomycosis, nodules and sinus of the buccal mucosa. Differential diagnosis •Periapical and periodontal abscess, •tuberculosis, •systemic mycoses, •other infections, •benign and malignant tumors. Treatment •Penicillin or erythromycin or tetracycline, surgery. Actinomycosis | Definition , Etiology , Clinical features

September 18, 2011 | By | Reply More
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