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Update on oral lichen planus: etiopathogenesis and management.
Based on the observed increased risk of malignant development, OLP patients should be offered regular follow-up examination from two to four times annually and asked to report any changes in their lesions and/or symptoms.
Current controversies in oral lichen planus: report of an international consensus meeting. Part 2. Clinical management and malignant transformation.
Oral squamous cell carcinoma overview.
Oro-facial granulomatosis--a clinical and pathological analysis.
The erythrocyte sedimentation rate, full blood count, corrected whole blood folate, serum albumin and calcium were the most sensitive markers of gastrointestinal involvement and sarcoidosis should be considered in all patients with oro-facial granulomatosis.
Oral mucosal disease: recurrent aphthous stomatitis.
Oral lichen planus: controversies surrounding malignant transformation.
A possible a molecular basis for the malignant transformation in this disease is proposed and the optimum management of patients is suggested to ensure the early diagnosis of transformation.
Candida and oral candidosis: a review.
- C. Scully, M. el-Kabir, L. Samaranayake
- Medicine, BiologyCritical reviews in oral biology and medicine…
This review is an attempt at detailing the current knowledge on Candida and oral candidoses together with the newer therapeutic regimes employed in treating these mycoses.
The diagnosis and management of recurrent aphthous stomatitis: a consensus approach.
- C. Scully, M. Gorsky, F. Lozada‐Nur
- MedicineJournal of the American Dental Association
- 1 February 2003
There is still no conclusive evidence relevant to the etiopathogenesis of RAS, and therefore therapy can attempt only to suppress symptoms rather than to address the basic issues of susceptibility and prevention.
Current controversies in oral lichen planus: report of an international consensus meeting. Part 1. Viral infections and etiopathogenesis.
Oral health in America: a report of the Surgeon General.
The U.S. surgeon general's first official report on oral health elaborates on the meaning of oral health and explains why oral health is essential to general health and well-being.