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10 Cards in this Set

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* Abscess
Is a localized collection of pus in a limited area.
* Hematoma
A blister containing blood.
* Glossitis
Inflammation of the tongue.
* Pseudomembranous
A.K.A. Thrush, a white curd-like material present on the mucosal surface.
* Recurrent Apthous Ulceration
A disease that causes reocurring outbreaks of blister-like sores inside the mouth and on the lips.
Lesion
Variations of the normal, including; wounds, sores, and other tissue damage caused by either injury or disease.
Granuloma
A granular tumor or tissue growth.
Torus Palatinus
Bony overgrowth in the midline of the hard palate.
Cellulitis
Is a condition in which inflammation is not controlled and contained within a localized area.
Carcinoma
Is a malignant tissue growth that tends to invade surrounding tissue and spreads.