Oral Lesions

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Lesion is a term that indicates the state of abnormal body tissues. It can occur due to disease process either caused by infection, metabolic problems, autoimmune, or trauma (physical, electrical, chemical).
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Oral mucosal lesion:
It is a lesion contained and on the body tissues of oral cavity. The terms used to describe the oral mucosal lesion are:
1. Erosion: the loss of partial surface of epithelium without opening the deeper layers or the connective tissue underneath.
2. Ulcer: The loss of the entire thickness of epithelium and the opening of the tissue underneath.
3. Vesicle: accumulation of clear bounded fluid, having a large diameter, which is more than 5 mm. It can be intraepithelial and singular or plural.
4. Bulla: accumulation of clear bounded fluid, having a diameter of 5 mm. It maybe intraepithelial or sub epithelial and singular or plural
5. Papule: narrow elevated area; clear bounded (the term is more often used to describe cutaneous abnormality of the mucosa lesions)
6. Macula: the area change clear bounded color. It may be small or large and singular or plural.

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