Oral cavity oropharynx stains calponin cd45 cd99 cdx2 ck5 6 ck7 ck20 desmin eber1 gata3 mucicarmine p16 p40 p63 s100 sma sox10 synaptophysin superpages entire chapter images virtual slides index alphabetical table of contents a e acinic cell carcinoma adenomatoid hyperplasia of minor glands anatomy aphthous ulcers basaloid candidiasis thrush choristoma congenital granular cell . The oral mucosa salivary glands both major and minor jawbones and teeth are frequently the site of primary inflammatory or neoplastic disease however the oral cavity may present with manifestations of systemic disease and in some cases oral findings may precede systemic signs and symptoms by months or years. Oral and maxillofacial pathology refers to the diseases of the mouth oral cavity or stoma jaws maxillae or gnath and related structures such as salivary glands temporomandibular joints facial muscles and perioral skin the skin around the mouth the mouth is an important organ with many different functions. About one fourth of the space is assigned to the discussion of the lesions of the mouth associated with systemic and general disturbances such as avitaminoses blood dyscrasias and endocrine disorders infections dental caries periodontal disease and pathologic changes of bone comprise the remainder
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