Lateral Tongue Floor of the mouth Vestibule. Clinical Features of Acute vs. Chronic ulceration Acute 1. Pain 2. History of trauma 3. Yellow base with a red halo 4. Heals in 7-10 days if cause Your Differential Diagnosis: a. Traumatic ulcer b. Aphthous ulcer c. Pemphigus/pemphigoid d. Herpetic ulcer . dr.aliwaqar hasan mds resident 2. injurytothe oral mucosa may result in a localized defect ofthe surface in whichthe covering epithelium is destroyed leaving an inflammedarea of exposedconnectivetissue. such defectsare called ulcersor erosions (termcommonly used for superficial ulcer) this may either follow molecular death of surface epitheliumor its traumatic removal. Differential diagnosis Aphthous ulcers (prodrome of fever and malaise, ulcers preceded by vesicles, pinpoint size, involve gingiva and a positive history of contact) Hand-foot-and-mouth disease (by absence of lesions on palms and soles) Herpangina (small vesicles limited to soft palate and oropharynx, while HSV affects anterior palate) 16
Differential diagnosis of oral ulcers ppt . Premium Questions. What causes recurrent oral ulcers? MD. Hi, I ve been getting mouth ulcers ar a particular area (at the back of my mouth, on the inside of cheeks) on a regular basis now. It makes eating/ drinking difficult for me. There is pain for 4-5 days and then it goes.. 172 Seminars in Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery, Vol 34, December 2015 n n n Differential diagnosis and management of oral ulcers cancers have nodal metastases at time of diagnosis contributing to the poorer 5-year survival rate. 2 SCC of the oral cavity can mimic a variety of benign conditions occurring at multiple sites . While many oral ulcers are the result of chronic trauma, some may indicate an underlying systemic condition such as a g Differential diagnosis Viral stomatitis Erythema multiforme Pemphigus, pemphigoid Drug reactions PFAPA syndrome -Periodic Fever, Apthosis, Pharyngitis and Adenitis MAGIC syndrome -Mouth And Genital Ulcers with inflamed Cartilage Sweet's syndrome -Acute febrile neutrophil dermatosis. Diagnosis/Investigations Microsoft PowerPoint. differential diagnosis of: vesiculoerosive and ulcerative lesions created by prashant kaushik multiple acute chronic traumatic ulcer recurrent aphthous ulcer recurrent hsv labialis recurrent hsv (intraoral crop) necrotizing sialometaplasia syphilis (primary) squamous cell carcinoma chronic traumatic ulcer deep fungal infection-oral manifestatio
Apthous ulcer on the lower surface of the tongue - By Ebarruda - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, httpscommons.wikimedia.orgwindex.phpcurid=7903358 Squamous cell carcinoma Non healing ulcer , nodule , indurated plaque or mas Differential diagnosis of vulval ulcers. Author: Dr Estella Janz-Robinson, Resident Medical Officer, ACT Health, Canberra, Australia. DermNet New Zealand Editor in Chief: Hon A/Prof Amanda Oakley, Dermatologist, Hamilton, New Zealand. Copy editor: Maria McGivern. April 2017
This is the most common form of RAS and approximately 80% of patients have lesions of this type. 4 In its most characteristic form, MiRAS presents the picture of a number of small ulcers (one to five) appearing on the buccal mucosa, the labial mucosa, the floor of the mouth or the tongue. 1 Moreover, the ulcers are usually concentrated in the. Diagnosis of oral ulcerative lesions might be quite challenging. This narrative review article aims to introduce an updated decision tree for diagnosing oral ulcerative lesions on the basis of their diagnostic features. Various general search engines and specialized databases including PubMed, PubMed Central, Medline Plus, EBSCO, Science Direct, Scopus, Embase, and authenticated textbooks were. Common superficial oral lesions include candidiasis, recurrent herpes labialis, recurrent aphthous stomatitis, erythema migrans, hairy tongue, and lichen planus. Recognition and diagnosis require. The incidence of oral cancer increases with age, with median age at diagnosis of 62, although there is a trend of increasing incidence of tongue cancer among young people. Tobacco use (both chewing and smoking), alcohol, and betel nut chewing are well-established causes of oral cavity cancer, and their carcinogenic effects are often synergistic Immunocompromised people may develop chronic ulcers, often on the tongue. Differential diagnosis. Differential diagnosis of herpes simplex gingivostomatitis: Aphthous ulcers - do not cause fever; lesions are more likely to be on non-keratinised mucosa. Hand, foot and mouth disease - lesions may also be seen on the hands or feet
- However, chronic traumatic ulcers may clinically mimic a carcinoma. -The tongue, lip, and buccal mucosa are the sites of predilection. -The diagnosis is based on the history and clinical features. However, if an ulcer persists over 10-12 days a biopsy must be taken to rule out cancer. Ulcerative lesions Traumatic ulcers 1) Local Causes The diagnosis of tuberculosis was confirmed following sputum culture of M tuberculosis. Antitubercular therapy improved the patient's condition. Although rare, tuberculosis must be considered as a differential diagnosis in chronic ulcers in the oral region; and its association with HIV must not be overlooked A chronic leg ulcer is defined as full thickness skin loss for > 3 months. At times, it can be difficult to determine the correct diagnosis of a leg ulcer. At least 15% of leg ulcers are of mixed aetiology. It is essential to take a thorough medical history and to examine the patient carefully, looking for local and systemic clues to the diagnosis The differential diagnosis is made with the identification of a caseating granuloma with associated epitheloid cells and giant cells of the Langerhans type during histological evaluation of biopsied tissue. Deeper biopsies are always advocated for ulcers of the tongue; a superficial biopsy may not reveal the aetiology due to epithelial hyperplasia Description : Check out this medical presentation on Ear, Nose, and Throat Facts, which is titled Anatomy Of Tonsil & Acute Tonsillitis - Differential Diagnosis And Management, to know about the anatomy of tonsil and acute tonsillitis, and differential diagnosis and management
The differential diagnoses include hyperplasias, papillomas, soft tissue tumor and malignancy, particularly squamous cell carcinoma. In the present case, histopathological investigations were essential to distinguish between a variety of benign inflammatory processes of the tongue Differential Diagnosis - The 3 P's tongue and soft palate most frequently involved •Typically solitary •Usually pedunculated •Erosive-ulcers with erythema and white streaks . Lichen Planus - Clinical Features •Oral lesions-reticular or erosiv Peptic ulcer disease. Raika Jamali M.D. Gastroenterologist and hepatologist. Tehran University of Medical Sciences. Ulcers : breaks in the mucosal surface >5 mm, with depth to the submucosa. Health care costs of ~$10 billion / year in the US Traumatic ulcer on the tip of the tongue Traumatic ulcerated granuloma on the lateral caused by biting injury (From Newland JR, Consultant, 1989, 29:157-73.) Traumatic ulcers on the buccal mucosa caused by biting injury (From Newland JR, Oral Ulcers, Difficult Diagnosis 2, Taylor RB (ed), Philadelphia, PA: WB Saunders, 1992) tongue caused. Small traumatic ulcers are therefore commonly seen on the mucosa that cov-ers tori, more commonly palatal tori. Tori may interfere with prosthetic appli-ances and, for that reason, may require removal. PROGNOSIS: Good DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS: Tori have such a characteristic clinical appearance and history that differential diagnosis is seldom a.
Oral mucosal ulcerations are common. Most are self-resolving and transient (e.g., after a simple cheek bite). However, some may require the intervention of a medical or dental practitioner. For example, the serious and potentially life-threatening condition oral carcinoma often initially manifest.. Dry Mouth (Xerostomia) 1. Drugs 2. Dehydration 3. Psychogenic causes 4. Salivary gland disease 5. Irradiation Burning Mouth Syndrome 1. Deficiency of - vitamin B12 - folic acid - iron - vitamin B complex - other group B vitamins 2. Infections (candidosis) 3. Erythema migrans (geographic tongue) 4. Diabetes mellitus 5. Xerostomia 6 Ulcers are common on lips, gums, throat, front of tongue, inside of the cheeks and roof of the mouth Treatment is with antiviral agents such as Valacyclovir and Famciclovir Koplik spots must be differentiated from other diseases causing oral lesions such as leukoplakia and herpes simplex virus infection Necrotizing sialometaplasia (NS) is a rare condition which can be easily confused with malignancy. Its presentation initially parallels mucoepidermoid carcinoma or squamous cell carcinoma, however, NS is a benign, self-limiting inflammatory disease of the mucus-secreting minor salivary glands. , Author: Andrew C. Jenzer James P Arnold Christopher J Smith Keith D Jackso
World's Best PowerPoint Templates - CrystalGraphics offers more PowerPoint templates than anyone else in the world, with over 4 million to choose from. Winner of the Standing Ovation Award for Best PowerPoint Templates from Presentations Magazine. They'll give your presentations a professional, memorable appearance - the kind of sophisticated look that today's audiences expect
Causes. The clinical presentation of an ulcer often suggests its etiology. [ 10] Traumatic ulcers may result from events such as accidentally biting oneself while talking, sleeping, or during mastication. Fractured, carious, malposed, or malformed teeth or the premature eruption of teeth may lead to surface ulcerations Objective To review common presentation of oral ulcers in children and discuss management of symptoms and subsequent investigation. Conclusion Although a common presentation in children, diagnosis can be challenging. Thorough history taking is critical towards diagnosis and supports signposting to relevant specialities. Clinicians should be able to support first-line symptomatic management of. Peptic ulcer disease - a chronic disease. with cyclic flow and a tendency to. progression, which is characterized by. the formation of a defect in the lining of. the stomach or duodenum due to the. reduction of its security properties or. increasing aggressiveness of gastric. juice. f Classification of peptic ulcer Differential. Diagnoses of Oral Red Lesions Farizal Sara Yasmin Asma Mahirah Farhana Fikri . Introduction Red color of the lesions may be due to thin epithelium, inflammation, dilatation of blood vessels or increased numbers of blood vessels, and extravasation of blood into the oral soft tissues.. Aetiology Oral Red Lesions Traumatic erythema. Contact allergic stomatiti
edges, surrounded by erythematous halo, white ulcer base ulcers, sized 3x2 mm in 42-43 region and 2x2 mm on 45-46 lateral tongue region, enlargement and erithematous on all linear gingival margins (Figure 1). It also seems thick white coating on the surface of the tongue and partial erupted tooth 48. Fig. ure. 1 Differential Diagnosis: Prospective series have implicated a wide variety of protozoal, viral, and bacterial organisms as diarrheal pathogens (Table 1).Some pathogens, like Mycobacterium avium-complex (MAC), are unique to HIV disease.Others, like Cryptosporidium, cause self-limited diarrheal illness in healthy hosts but chronic diarrhea in immunosuppressed patients.() The degree of. The differential diagnosis of a tuberculous ulcer of the oral cavity includes aph-thous ulcers, traumatic ulcers, syphilitic ulcers and malignancy, including primary squamous cell carcinoma. The tongue is a complex organ involved in speech and expression as well as in gustation, mastication, and deglutition. The oral cavity and the tongue are sites of neoplasms, reactive processes, and infections and may be a harbinger of systemic diseases. 1 The tongue is a complex set of sensory papillae and muscles ().Taste buds are distributed along the dorsal surface of the tongue Oral manifestations of HIV disease are common and include oral lesions and novel presentations of previously known opportunistic diseases. ( 1,2) Careful history taking and detailed examination of the patient's oral cavity are important parts of the physical examination, ( 3,4) and diagnosis requires appropriate investigative techniques
Differential diagnosis of oral mucosal ulcers may be very wide and complex; hence, biopsy is recommended in the majority of cases. 8. Eosinophilic ulcer of the oral mucosa clinically manifests as a rapidly enlarging oral ulcer with indurated margins that closely simulates oral squamous cell carcinoma Kauzman A, Pavone M, Blanas N, Bradley G. Pigmented lesions of the oral cavity: review, differential diagnosis, and case presentations. J Can Dent Assoc 2004; 70:682. Hassona Y, Sawair F, Al-Karadsheh O, Scully C. Prevalence and clinical features of pigmented oral lesions
Neck lumps are a common presentation in the general population and have a wide range of potential differential diagnoses. Investigation of a neck lump, following history and examination, if suspicious, will require ultrasound +/- fine needle aspiration. If lymphoma is suspected, a core biopsy or an open excision lymph node biopsy will be. perioral ulcers may be found in most children a few days after the appearance of the oral lesions. These perioral lesions help differentiate HSV infections from apthous ulcers, herpangina, and hand, foot and mouth disease; Recurrent disease: after primary infection, HSV migrates to trigeminal ganglion where it becomes latent . The differential diagnosis predominantly contains other viral infections, including CMV and varicella-zoster, that may infect the GI tract (see Table 4.1). 18 Varicella produces histologic findings identical to those of HSV, but patients often have a rash. 18 Mixed infections are common in many situations in which.
My 5 yrs. old daughter often gets mouth ulcers . The ulcers appear on the inside of cheeks and lips, the ulcers still seem to flare up every now and then. Differential diagnosis of oral ulcers ppt Oral ulcer causes Diagnosis of oral ulcer Oral ulcers is there any cure for this. The root of the tongue is an important subregion of the oral cavity, associated with very specific differential diagnoses. It is relatively resistant to primary neoplastic and infectious processes due to its high percentage of skeletal muscle and lack of significant lymphatic tissue ( 1 ) [PPT] PowerPoint Presentation Updated: 0 sec ago Rapid, accurate modality for diagnosis of cholelithiasis in acute illness due to poor oral intake, abdominal pathology, or biliary tract obstruction Mouth Ulcerations. I. Problem/Condition. Mouth ulcerations are common complaints in both hospitalized and non-hospitalized patients. Oral ulcers result from damage to the mucosa of the mouth, both.
Assess the respiratory rate by injecting the rise and fall of the chest. Count the number of breaths (inspiration and expiration) that occur in 1 minute. -30 seconds and multiply by 2. Tachypnea is a faster than normal respiratory rate. Bradypnea is a slower than normal respiratory rate Traumatic ulcerative granuloma with stromal eosinophilia (TUGSE) is a rare self-limiting condition of the oral mucosa. The lesion manifests as an isolated ulcer that can be either asymptomatic or associated with mild to severe pain, and in most cases, it affects the tongue. TUGSE lesions may mimic malignancy such as squamous cell carcinoma, CD30 positive lymphoproliferative disorder, or. Oriol Mitjà, Kingsley Asiedu, in International Encyclopedia of Public Health (Second Edition), 2017. Differential Diagnosis. Endemic treponematoses share clinical features with a number of other conditions common in the tropics. As examples, the primary lesion of yaws may be mistaken for cutaneous leishmaniasis, tropical ulcer (a typically painful and malodorous ulcer caused by anaerobic. Lip, oral cavity & other pharynx cancers ranked the 8. th. With 300,373 estimate Ulcers Of The Oral Cavity Bds 2oo7 2oo8 PPT. Presentation Summary : GINGIVA. ORAL MUCOUS MEMBRANES. PALATE. TONGUE. ORAL LYMPHOID TISSUES. Oral Ulcers . PPT - Granulomatous Diseases of the Head and Nec
Despite advances in HLA matching and graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) prophylaxis, chronic GVHD (cGVHD) continues to be a significant complication of allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplantation (HCT) and remains the leading cause of nonrelapse mortality. 1 Although cGVHD is a systemic condition mediated by alloreactive donor-derived lymphocytes, the clinical impact and associated morbidity. , gingiva, cheeks and tongue - Unlike herpes, skin covered part of lips not involved - Usually heal in 15 days without scarring - Some complain of premenstrual activation • Major ulcers
Abstract. This evidence-based, stand-alone, teaching module is designed to help students of medical- and dental-related professions identify oral ulcerative conditions in an easy and effective way. This resource also constitutes a great aid for dental students when dealing with the differential diagnosis of oro-facial lesions Differential Diagnosis of Optic Nerve Disorders. 3/16/2018 2 OPTIC NERVE DISORDERS 7.Toxic 8.Radiation Oral, tongue, or even scalp ulcers may be seen. 3/16/2018 11 On Examination: Multiple ischemia (eg, choroidal infarction, anterior PowerPoint Presentation Author Differential Diagnosis of White Lesions of the Oral Cavity Evaluate the mouth to see if the white lesion is single or multiple. If it is single, look for local sources of irritation, such as cheek, tongue or lip biting. White lesions caused by biting generally occur along the occlusal line. Often, the patient is unaware o Differential Diagnosis of SLE Autoimmune Rheumatoid arthritis, scleroderma, myositis, vasculitis, spondyloarthropathies, inflammatory bowel disorder, Behçet's disease, sarcoidosis, Sjogren's syndrome, thyroiditis, polymyalgia rheumatica, undifferentiated connective tissue diseas at the diagnosis and often does not require histological uremic stomatitis and chewer's mucosa are important differential diagnosis. Therefore, if the lesions are seen on the lateral border of the tongue in a patient with high risk of HIV infection further ulcer on the ventral surface of the tongue for a period of 3 moths
One quadrant of teeth is affected, and the teeth are nonfunctional. 08/07/2014 25 ORAL DIAGNOSIS. PowerPoint Presentation : 13. An adult patient presents with a 0.5 x 0.5-cm submucosal mass in the posterior lateral tongue. Biopsy shows a neoplasm composed of glandlike elements and connective tissue elements The differential diagnosis formed from the history can then be narrowed down by physical examination and investigations. The history of the presenting complaint is a key component of establishing a diagnosis and should be divided into three subsections to ensure that the most crucial points in the history are dealt with at an early stage Diagnosis of aphthous ulcers is usually based on clinical signs and symptoms. There are tests which may be ordered to rule out other ulcer etiologies: r/o nutritional deficiency of vit B12, folate, iron r/o herpetic stomatitis with cytology smear (-) for cytopathic effects, (-) viral culture/ immunofluoresence r/o HIV for large, slow-healing ulcers
Objective To present a structured approach for an outpatient consultation of a child with recurrent mouth ulcers. Method Review of literature and description of approach followed in our unit. Conclusions The literature emphasises the need to consider local and systemic causes for oral ulceration in a child. Focused history and examination are key in establishing the cause and in order to. Ectopic geographic tongue Geographic tongue • Differential diagnosis: 1) Candidiasis 2) Leukoplakia + erythroplakia - rare on dorsum of tongue 3) Contact allergic reaction 4) Lichen planus Candidiasis Median rhomboid glossitis Lichen planus Geographic tongue • Histology: - ~ psoriasis - hyperkeratosis; epithelial spongiosis - neutrophils in.
A diagnosis based only on medical history and physical examination frequently is inaccurate. Therefore, all persons who have genital, anal, or perianal ulcers should be evaluated; in settings where chancroid is prevalent, a test for Haemophilus ducreyi also should be performed. Specific evaluation of genital, anal, or perianal ulcers includes 1. General Presentation Children frequently present at the physician's office or emergency room with a fever and rash. Although the differential diagnosis is very broad, adequate history and physical examination can help the clinician narrow down a list of more probable etiologies. It is important for physicians to be diligent, as the differential diagnosis can include [ Gi Disorders Gerd Gastritis Peptic Ulcer Disease Part 5. Drugs Used To Treat Gastroesophageal Reflux And Peptic Ulcer. Diagnosis And Treatment Of Peptic Ulcer Disease And H. Flow Chart Of The Study Design Atds Automatic Tongue. Gerd And Peptic Ulcer Disease Ppt Download
In the mouth, swollen gums or ulcers along the cheeks, roof of the mouth, or tongue may also be signs of LCH. Differential diagnoses of diseases that affect the mandible and the lung include actinomycosis, and those that cause oral ulcers and lung lesions include Behçet disease surgical trauma to the patient. We present diagnosis and treatment of ulcers on the palate and in oral vestibule in 26 year old, Indian female .The base of ulcer on the left posterior aspect of the palate rested on the palatine bone and was covered with necrotic debris. The ulcer in the vestibule was deep and a fungating mass was seen at its. • PPT Student Interactive Session Oral cavity: cleft lip and palate; leukoplakia retention cyst; ulcers of the tongue feature, diagnosis and basic principal of management of carcinoma lip, buccal mucosa and tongue prevention and staging of oral carcinomas. clinical signs and differential diagnoses of appendicitis, management of. In most cases, the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS) presents few difficulties. Clinical evidence of lesions disseminated in time and space, backed up by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and/or spinal fluid changes, commonly leave neither room nor reason for doubt. Occasionally, however, a rogue erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR), an atypical (or normal) MRI scan, or an unexpected symptom.
Scarlet Fever in Children. Scarlet fever in children is a contagious infective illness characterized by sore throat, swollen painful tonsils and associated lymph nodes of the neck. It may be accompanied by a rough red rash in about 10% of cases, with sandpaper-like consistency. The illness is caused by a group A beta-hemolytic streptococcal. Select Page. radiographic features of oral cancer ppt. by | Jan 28, 2021 | Uncategorized | 0 comments | Jan 28, 2021 | Uncategorized | 0 comment Ulcers are frequent lesions of the oral mucosa. Generally, they are circumscribed round or elliptical lesions surrounded by an erythematous halo and covered with an inflammatory exudate in their central portion, and are accompanied by painful symptoms. Oral ulcers affect 20% of the population, especially adolescents and young adults. The etiopathogenesis includes immunological alterations.
A biopsy from the lesion on the tongue demonstrated macrophages containing intracellular, round-to-oval capsulated small-sized (3-5 μm) yeast-like fungus that resembled Histoplasma capsulatum , confirming the diagnosis. He was initiated on oral prednisolone, fludrocortisone and itraconazole and continued to be asymptomatic during the. Based on these findings, the diagnosis of allergic eosinophilic gastroenteritis was considered most likely. Because the presence of increased numbers of eosinophils in the gastrointestinal tract is not a specific pathological finding, and in view of the unusual features of aphthous ulcers and pseudopolyps, the possibility of Crohn disease was included in the differential diagnosis Peptic ulcer is a break in the inner lining of the esophagus, duodenum or stomach. If peptic ulcer forms in the stomach, it is termed as gastric ulcer, similarly if it forms in the duodenum a duodenal ulcer, and esophageal ulcer if it forms in the esophagus. Peptic ulcers are formed when the lining of any of these organs is corroded by the. Synonyms for aphthous fever in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for aphthous fever. 1 synonym for foot-and-mouth disease: hoof-and-mouth disease. What are synonyms for aphthous fever
Instruct patients to cover their mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing. The patient should not be moved out of the isolation room unless necessary. When leaving the isolation room, the patient should wear a surgical mask, which should remain on as long as they are not in the isolation room Neck Swelling Types, definitions, Etiology, Clinical Features, Investigations, Differential Diagnosis and Treatment T. his is a heterogeneous group of lesions, presenting clinically as fluctuant, soft or firm, lateral or midline neck swellings.. The lesions may be asymptomatic, sensitive or painful, movable or fixed, solitary or multiple Differential diagnosis of catarrhal quinsy and acute pharyngitis, and follicle quinsy lacunar. 5. Ulceromembranose quinsy (Simanovskiy-Plaut-Vensan). The ulcers are small and multiple, but sometimes there may be a single large ulcer on only one tonsil. Occasionally psychological upsets cause ulcers in the mouth and throat
Contact dermatitis (CD) is an inflammatory skin disease caused by chemicals or metal ions that exert irritant (toxic) effects or by small reactive chemicals (contact allergens) that modify proteins and induce immune responses (predominantly by T-cell response) .It is characterized by erythema, edema, oozing, crusting, vesicles, and intense pruritus