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Figure 110.1
Diagram of the oral cavity.
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Figure 110.5
Lymphangioma of the tongue: a common site.
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Figure 110.9
Classical geographic tongue (lingual erythema migrans).
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Figure 110.13
Fordyce spots: sebaceous glands in the buccal mucosa.
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Figure 110.17
Major aphthous ulcers.
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Figure 110.21
Aphthous‐like ulceration in HIV disease.
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Figure 110.25
Lichen planus: plaque‐like lesions resemble leukoplakia.
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Figure 110.29
Chronic oral lesions in discoid lupus erythematosus.
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Figure 110.33
Primary herpetic stomatitis with extraoral lesions.
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Figure 110.37
Acute necrotizing gingivitis showing typical ulceration of interdental gingival papillae. This was in HIV infection.
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Figure 110.41
Sinus on the chin related to a dental abscess on a mandibular incisor tooth.
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Figure 110.45
Atrophic glossitis in vitamin B 12 deficiency.
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Figure 110.49
Kaposi sarcoma in a typical site with a characteristic purplish appearance. (Courtesy of Dr J.B. Epstein, Cancer Control Agency, Vancouver, Canada.)
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Figure 110.53
Denture‐induced stomatitis showing diffuse erythema in the denture‐bearing area.
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Figure 110.57
Materia alba.
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Figure 110.61
Homogeneous leukoplakia in the buccal mucosa.
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Figure 110.65
Angular cheilitis.
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Figure 110.69
Granulomatous cheilitis of the lower lip. (Courtesy of Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, UK.)
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Figure 110.2
Torus palatinus.
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Figure 110.6
Lingual tonsil showing a well‐demarcated midline groove. (Courtesy of Dr C.T.C. Kennedy, Bristol Royal Infirmary, Bristol, UK.)
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Figure 110.10
Somewhat less obvious signs of lingual erythema migrans.
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Figure 110.14
Fissured or scrotal tongue.
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Figure 110.18
Herpetiform ulceration
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Figure 110.22
Herpes simplex lingual recurrence, and candidosis in leukaemia: similar lesions may be seen in HIV infection.
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Figure 110.26
Lichen planus on the tongue.
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Figure 110.30
Pemphigoid: vesicles and desquamative gingivitis.
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Figure 110.34
Herpes labialis.
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Figure 110.38
Untreated acute necrotizing gingivitis can lead to extensive gingival ulceration and irreparable damage.
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Figure 110.42
Macroglossia and oral petechiae in amyloidosis.
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Figure 110.46
Amalgam tattoo in a common site. This was presumably related to filling of the deciduous predecessor.
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Figure 110.50
Melanotic macule of the lower lip.
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Figure 110.54
Median rhomboid glossitis.
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Figure 110.58
Thrush: scattered white lesions on an erythematous background.
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Figure 110.62
Speckled leukoplakia.
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Figure 110.66
Haemorrhagic crusting of the lips in Stevens–Johnson syndrome.
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Figure 110.70
Lip fissure.
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Figure 110.3
Gingival hyperplasia in phenytoin therapy. Concomitant folate deficiency in this patient also caused mouth ulcers, seen in the maxillary buccal vestib...
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Figure 110.7
Multiple neuromas of the lips and tongue in a patient with multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome (type 2). (Courtesy of Dr M. Hartog, Bristol Royal I...
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Figure 110.11
Haemangioma affecting the lip in Sturge–Weber syndrome.
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Figure 110.15
Angular sinus (lip‐pit), a congenital anomaly.
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Figure 110.19
Squamous cell carcinoma of the lip.
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Figure 110.23
Orofacial granulomatosis.
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Figure 110.27
Erosive lichen planus.
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Figure 110.31
Pemphigus vulgaris: irregular persistent oral erosions.
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Figure 110.35
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Figure 110.39
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Figure 110.43
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Figure 110.47
Black hairy tongue.
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Figure 110.51
Oral purpura in thrombocytopenia.
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Figure 110.55
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Figure 110.59
Frictional keratosis and cheek biting (morsicatio buccarum) at the occlusal line.
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Figure 110.63
Sublingual keratosis.
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Figure 110.67
Factitious cheilitis due to repeated lip sucking.
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Figure 110.71
Discoid lupus erythematosus of the lower lip.
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Figure 110.4
Gingival hyperpigmentation of racial origin. The white lesion is due to accumulated oral debris – oral hygiene is very poor.
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Figure 110.8
Peutz–Jeghers syndrome.
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Figure 110.12
Darier disease: oral white lesions resemble those of nicotinic stomatitis.
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Figure 110.16
Recurrent aphthae.
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Figure 110.20
Oral squamous cell carcinoma.
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Figure 110.24
Lichen planus: reticulopapular lesions in the common oral site, the buccal mucosa.
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Figure 110.28
Lichen planus on the gingivae
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Figure 110.32
Scattered ulcers and a furred tongue in primary herpetic stomatitis.
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Figure 110.36
Eczema herpeticum.
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Figure 110.40
Bluish, fluctuant swelling of an oral cyst, in this case an eruption cyst over an erupting maxillary permanent incisor. (The lesion on the maxillary c...
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Figure 110.44
Warts on the lower lip in HIV infection. (There is also a healing herpes simplex lesion on the lip.)
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Figure 110.48
Betel staining of teeth.
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Figure 110.52
Angina bullosa haemorrhagica: a large blood blister in a typical site on the soft palate. The adjacent whitish lesions are from scarring after a previ...
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Figure 110.56
Venous lake of the lip. (Courtesy of Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, UK.)
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Figure 110.60
Hairy leukoplakia. Found mainly in HIV infection, vertical white ridges on the lateral margin of the tongue.
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Figure 110.64
Chronic actinic cheilitis with leukoplakia. (Courtesy of Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, UK.)
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Figure 110.68
Exfoliative cheilitis.