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What is the most common type of oral change?
Aphthous Minor
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Lowest recurrence rate of the three types.
Aphthous Minor
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Childhood/Late teens - 20s
Aphthous Minor and Major
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Affects more females than males
All three
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Affects 20% of the general population
Aphthous Minor
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Affects non-smokers
Aphthous Minor and Major
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Caused by - Inherited and immunodysregulation, mucosa decrease, and antigen increase
Aphthous Minor and Major
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Trauma, stress, allergies provoke them
Aphthous Minor and Major
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Single and maybe Multiple, but no more than 3-5 at once
Aphthous Minor and Major
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Non-keratinized sites
Aphthous Minor
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Lasts 5 days - 2 weeks
Aphthous Minor
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Tx is Antibiotics and topical corticosteroids, Levamisole
Aphthous Minor
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Looks a lot like herpes simplex
Herpetiform Aphthous
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Most number of lesions of the three types
Herpetiform Aphthous
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Most frequent recurrence of the three types
Herpetiform Aphthous
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Young adults
Herpetiform Aphthous
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Multiple, 50-100 at once
Herpetiform Aphthous
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Sometimes on keratinized surfaces
Herpetiform Aphthous
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Lasts 7-10 days, with recurrence
Herpetiform Aphthous
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Tx is topical steroids
Herpetiform Aphthous
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: 2nd most common of the three types
Aphthous Major
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Longest duration of the three types
Aphthous Major
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Very painful, may scar because they are large and deep
Aphthous Major
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Most common on labial mucosa and soft palate
Aphthous Major
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Lasts up to 6 weeks, with recurrence
Aphthous Major
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Cannot be treated with antibiotics
Aphthous Major
Minor, Herpetiform, or Major Aphthous: Tx is Non-systemic steroids, Orabase-Kenalog, Decadron, topical Tetracycline
Aphthous Major
Other than viral respiratory infections, what is the most common viral disease that affects humans?
Herpes Simplex I and II
What is the primary mode of transmission, during a/symptomatic?
Asymptomatic
What is another name for primary herpes simplex?
Acute Herpetic Gingivostomatitis
When does Primary herpes simplex usually occur?
1-5 years old
Which features ulcers on the gingiva: Aphthous ulcers or primary herpes simplex?
Primary Herpes simplex
Name the only place that Recurrent Intraoral Herpes Simplex can occur.
Mucosa that is bound to periosteum (gingiva and hard palate)
What often causes Recurrent Intraoral Herpes Simplex?
Dental treatment