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Oral Diseases Terminology

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Created Date 01.25.16
Last Updated 01.25.16
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  • A small confined area of skin or mucosa differentiated by color from surrounding tissue
  • Larger than a macule
  • Crater like soft tissue lesion
  • Crater like lesion on skin or oral mucosa
  • A raised area of localized tissue swelling or adema
  • Permanent mark remaining after wound heals
  • A linear cleft furrow that affects tongue or lip
  • An abnormal track that drains a cavity to the surface of soft tissue
  • A small elevated lesion that is less than 1 cm in diameter
  • A flat solid raised area of skin or mucosa that is greater than 1 cm in diameter
  • Solid or raised lump or mass that is less than 1 cm in diameter
  • A solid mass that is greater than 1 cm in diamter
  • Small fluid filled elevation in the epidermis that is less than 1 cm in diameter
  • Circumscribed elevation filled with puss
  • Fluid filled blister
  • Closed sack lined epithelium
  • Progressive degeneration of an organ caused by loss in cell size
  • "wasting away"
  • Implies the enlargement or overgrowth increase in size without cell division
  • Underdeveloped tissue that has decreased number of cells
  • Increase in the number of cells
  • Replacement of one adult cell type with another adult cell type not normal for that tissue
  • Disordered growth or loss of normal maturation of cells
  • Malignant neoplasm made of epithelial cells that can infiltrate surrounding tissues
  • The process by which the carcinomas spread to different sites