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Glossary of oral pathology

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what are the major clinical features seen in osteogenic sarcoma
painful swelling on the affected side
facial asymmetry
painful teeth
tooth mobility
paresthesia
bleeding and nasal obstruction








radiographic appearance of osteogenic sarcoma
sun- ray spiculation appearance
what tumor has a herring bone or a fish bone appearance
fibro-sarcoma

rhabdomyosarcoma a malignant tumour of skeletal muscular origin has 3 diff types?
embryonic
alveolar
pleomorphic



kaposi sarcoma is associated with what viruses
HIV
HSV-8
actnimycosis is caused by what organism
actinomycosis isreali
what organisms cause acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis
borriela vincenti
trepanoma sp
prevotella intermedium
fuscobacterium


what are the predisposing factors to the occurrence of ANUG
immunosuppression
stress
malnutrition
smoking
poor oral hygiene



actinomycosis affects more males than females
true
what type of rhabdomyosarcoma is seen in children
embryonic rhabdomyosarcoma

name the 3 type of rhabdomyosarcoma
embryonic
alveolar
pleomorphic



the most common non hogkins lymphoma
large B cell lymphoma

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