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The mouth Teeth (caries) Action of Streptococci on dietary sugars Leads to pulpitis and abscess
Oral mucosa Squamous epithelium Subject to infection Herpes virus Candida Hairy leukoplakia (HIV associated – caused by EBV)
Oral cancer Associated with tobacco (chewing) and alcohol Clinical preinvasive lesion (leukoplakia) Squamous carcinoma Poor prognosis unless detected early
Sites of oral cancer Floor of mouth Side of tongue Palate Back of tongue
“Field cancerisation” High rate of multifocal tumour 5 year survivor has a 35% chance of developing a new primary tumour
Salivary glands Sialadenitis Viral (mumps) Bacterial, associated with: Dry mouth Duct obstruction by stones
Salivary tumours Benign: Pleomorphic adenoma Warthin’s tumour Malignant: Muco-epidermoid tumour Adenoid cystic carcinoma Adenocarcinoma
Tumours In the bigger glands most tumours are benign More often malignant in minor salivary glands
Pleomorphic adenoma Most common salivary tumour Mucoid “cartilagenous” stroma with epithelial proliferation Prone to local recurrence
Warthin’s tumour Columnar epithelium with lymphoid stroma Benign
Adenoid cystic carcinoma Epithelial cell islands with microcystic change Very locally infiltrative (especially around nerves) but metastasises late
ORAL LESION Prof. Hesham Saad. Objectives Inflammatory & reactive conditions - Candidiasis - Herpes simplex - Aphthous ulcer - Pyogenic granuloma - Epulis.
Diseases of salivary glands Dr. Salah Ahmed. Obstructive Lesions 1- Mucocele: - is the most common lesion of the salivary glands - resulting from blockage.
S alivary gland diseases. Reactive lesions Mucocele Mucus retention cysts Sialolithiasis Chronic sclerosing sialadenitis.
Pleomorphic adenoma Clinical features – Painless – Slow growing – Mobile – Discreet masses – Carcinoma arising in a pleomorphic adenoma is called Carcinoma.
Clinical presentation of parotid gland tumors. Rounded, encapsulated mass/rarely exceed 6 cm Ө. C/S gray-white with myxoid and blue translucent areas.
Nasopharynx Oropharynx Laryngopharynx Soft Palate Epiglottis Esophagus ENT
HEAD AND NECK. Oral Cavity Teeth and supporting structures Caries Gingivitis Periodontitis Inflammatory/ reactive tumor-like lesions Fibrous proliferative.
Tumors. Tumors Adenoma (Benign) Carcinomas (malignant) Others.
DISORDERS OF THE SALIVARY GLANDS Dr. Shahzadi Tayyaba Hashmi DNT 243.
Oral cavity neoplasms Dr.Farahnaz Bidari Robbins.
Salivary Gland Pathologies Dave Pothier St Michael’s 2004.
Faculty of Allied Medical Sciences Histopathology and Cytology MLHC-201.
Salivary Gland Diseases. Parotid gland Submandibular gland Sublingual gland Salivary Glands Overview.
TUMORS OF THE SALIVARY GLANDS. TUMORS OF THE SALIVARY GLANDS ANATOMY n ARISE FROM THE INGROWTH OF ECTODERM n PAROTID/SUBMANDIBULAR - 6TH FETAL WEEK n.
Head And Neck. Salivary gland Tumours Epithelial Epithelial Benign Benign Pleomorphic adenoma (Mixed parotid) Pleomorphic adenoma (Mixed parotid) Monomorphic.
Dr. Shahzadi Tayyaba Hashmi. Oral cancer Oral cancer refers to cancers which arise in the oral cavity including the lips, tongue, mouth and oropharynx.
Indications for adjuvant radiation therapy with or without lymph nodes in salivary gland cancer Claus Rödel Department of Radiation Therapy University.
Salivary gland tumors. frequency GlandsFrequency%Malignant% Parotid6525 Submandibular1040 Sublingual<190 Minor2550.
1 Detecting Oral Cancer A guide for health care professionals.
Salivary Gland Pathology. Structural elements of the salivary gland unit. pleomorphic adenomas originate from the intercalated duct cells and myoepithelial.
Salivary Gland Diseases The salivary glands consist of 3 paired major glands, The salivary glands consist of 3 paired major glands, 1- parotid glands:
Pathology of the Oral Cavity. To learn: To learn: Disorders of the Oral Mucosa and Gingiva Disorders of the Oral Mucosa and Gingiva Disorders of the Salivary.
PATHOLOGY OF THE GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT Ismail Matalka, FRCPath Department of Pathology Jordan University of Science & Technology Irbid – Jordan.
Gastrointestinal system SYLLABUS: RBP(Robbins Basic Pathology) Chapter: The Oral Cavity and the Gastrointestinal Tract.
It is essential to obtain the exact history of the hypersalivation as well as a thorough and complete past medical history. Oral evaluation should be performed,
Salivary Gland Pathology § Diagnosis of salivary gland disorders § Non neoplastic pathology Metabolic conditions Infectious conditions Immunologic conditions.
Pulmonary Neoplasia Prof. Frank Carey. Lung Neoplasms r Primary l benign (rare) l malignant (very common) r Metastatic (Very common)
Parotid Swellings II Furrat Amen. Neoplasms Epithelial Non epithelial.
Upper GI quiz PBL 28. Helicobacter infection in the stomach is associated with: a)Gastric carcinoma b)Acute gastric ulceration c)Chronic duodenal ulceration.
Tobacco –Related Lesions Oral Medicine Block Nicholas Quach Sean Young Sanaz Hamzehpour.
Sjogren’s syndrom It is an autoimmune disease causing destruction of the salivary and the lachrymal g Either primary or secondary to C T disease.
Disease of: oral cavity Esophagus Stomach Small and large intestine.
Adult Neck Masses Ian Paquette MD DHMC PGY 3-5 Teaching Conference 12/20/2006.
1 Detecting Oral Cancer A guide for health care professionals U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH National Institute.
DR.LINDA MAHER. SALIVARY GLANDS group of glands that secretes saliva CLASSIFIED INTO : 1\MAJOR SALIVARY GLANDS 1 -parotid glands 2 -submandibular glands.
Oral cavity The majority of tumors in the oral cavity are s.c.c.
DISEASES OF Dr.Mohammad hossein Taziki. Diseases of the SALIVARY GLAND: 1. Introduction 2. Evaluation of Salivary Disease 3. Inflammatory Diseases 4.
Oral cavity. Dental caries tooth decay, cavity damage of the heard tooth structure (enamel, dentin, cementum) Cause bacteria: Streptococus muttant, Lactobacillus...
Tumors and Tumor-like Lesions of Salivary Gland. MAJOR FEATURES OF SALIVARY GLANDS Parotid: Largest major salivary gland Stensen's duct Serous Facial.
Module 3 Clinical Manifestations. Introduction Intraoral cancers occur most frequently on the: Tongue Floor of the mouth Soft palate and Oropharynx.
Hairy leukoplakia Distinctive oral lesion Seen in immunocompromised patients 80% of patients with hairy leukoplakia have HIV infection.
Dr.Shahzadi Tayyaba Hashmi. Many patients suffering from diseases which may affect the whole body may show specific oral signs and symptoms Those.
浙 江 大 学 医 学 院 附 属 第 二 医 院 口 腔 颌 面 外 科 Dept. Oral Maxillofac. Surg., Second Affiliated Hospital, ZJU Salivary gland diseases Dr. Yanming Liu Dept. Oral.
Head and Neck Conditions Dr Jamal Hamdi. 1- Thyroid and Parathyroid 2-Lymp Nodes Enlargement 3-Salivary Glands Swellings 4-Congenital Swellings 5-Other.
Most people have heard of cancer affecting parts of the body such as lungs or breasts however,cancer can occur in the mouth, where the disease can effect.
Lauren Horton Brittney Ho. Results from infection with the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) Once you've been infected with EBV, the virus remains in your body.
SALIVARY GLAND DISEASES Prof. Dr. İlhan TOPALOĞLU.
THE SALIVARY GLANDS DISEASES. Mumps Etiology Mumps, the most common salivary gland disease, is a paramyxovirus infection usually of both parotid glands.
Tumours of the Jaws. Malignant Tumors Tumor: –Is a mass of cells, tissues or organs resembling those normally present but arranged atypically and behave.
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