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Lichenoid dysplasia: a distinct histopathologic entity.
We have observed, both in the literature and in practice, that pathologists frequently fail to appreciate subtle dysplastic features in lesions with lichenoid histomorphology. Aside from the obviousExpand
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Oral lichen planus: the evidence regarding potential malignant transformation.
A critical review of the literature was undertaken to determine if there is valid data to support the contention that oral lichen planus represents a disease with significant potential for malignantExpand
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Lichenoid lesions of oral mucosa. Diagnostic criteria and their importance in the alleged relationship to oral cancer.
Lichen planus and other lichenoid disorders of oral mucosa occur commonly, and yet they are poorly understood. Further, the question of the premalignant potential of oral lichen planus remains deeplyExpand
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Intraexaminer and interexaminer reliability in the diagnosis of oral epithelial dysplasia.
OBJECTIVES Pathologists differ in their definition of "dysplasia." This study was done to test the hypothesis that experienced oral pathologists are consistent in diagnosing epithelial dysplasia. Expand
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Smoking, gender, and age as risk factors for site‐specific intraoral squamous cell carcinoma. A case‐series analysis
Background. Studies assessing risk factors for oral cancer do not generally report results for specific oral sites. The purpose of the current study was to examine differences in the distribution ofExpand
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Smoking and drinking in relation to oral epithelial dysplasia.
Oral epithelial dysplasia (OED) is a histopathological diagnosis that is associated with an increased risk of oral cancer. The purpose of this case-control study was to measure the associationExpand
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Mandibular pain as the initial and sole clinical manifestation of coronary insufficiency: report of case.
A case of anginal pain limited to the mandible with secondary radiation of the pain to the neck and clavicular regions is presented. Although the pain was initially diagnosed as odontogenic inExpand
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Oral cancer: a survey of 566 cases from the University of Connecticut Oral Pathology Biopsy Service, 1975-1986.
A survey of the University of Connecticut Oral Pathology Biopsy Service was undertaken to analyze cases of oral cancer accessioned during the 12-year period, 1975 through 1986 inclusive. Of 33,429Expand
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The effect of clinical information on the histopathologic diagnosis of oral epithelial dysplasia.
OBJECTIVES The purpose of this study was to test the hypothesis that clinical information submitted with biopsy specimens helps pathologists be more consistent and accurate in diagnosing oralExpand
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Squamous cell carcinoma of the gingiva. A case series analysis.
Recent studies suggest that patients with carcinoma of the gingiva exhibit demographic features that differ from those of persons with squamous carcinoma at other intraoral sites. In this study, weExpand
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