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the oral mucosa is divided into 2 layers, the ____, which is mainly _____, and the _____, of 3 things ____, ____ and ____/____s
oral epith
strat squamous epith
submucosal CT
cells
matrix
nerves/BVs
2 pt rank em
Lip
finger tip
Tip Tongue
Soft Palate
Alv ridge
Tip tongue
fingerip
lip
soft pal
alv ridge
rank em
tactile
Lip
TT
finger tip
perinasal
perinasal
TT
Lip
fingertip
Ranke em - vibration
Face, LL, 4-finger
Face
LL
4-finger
Rankem - warmth/heat
palate
bucc mucsa
TT
side of nose
Infraorb
infraorb
TT = side of nose
palate
buccal mucosa
T or F
moce nociceptors are polymodal in mucosa
T
infection can cause mucosal problems, what else can?
radiation/cancer
xerostomia
3 steps of mucositits
infl...
m
u
inflammation
muc degraded
ulcer
3 infectious painful mucosa conditions
perio (ANUG/abscess)
herpetic stomatitis
candidiasis
3 candidiasis presentations
erhtymatous
pseudomembranos
ulcerative
Herptic tomatitis by HSV 1 or 2?
both
herptic stomatitis is usually on keratinized/non-keratinized skin
keratinized
pain of mucosa can be cause by galvanism, which is
coming together of 2 dissimilar materials faciliated by saliva
most common immuno presentation of mucosal pain?
recurrent aphthous stomatitis
Recurrent apthous stomatitis on kera or non-kera skin?
non-kera
3 types of recurrent apthous stomatitis?
minor
major
herpetic
T or F
recurrent aphthous stomatitis has an ulcer w/ a white halo around it
F
red halo
Bechets,reiters and PFAPA are all assoc w/ what immuno condition causing mucosal pain?
rec apthous stomatitis
rec aphtous stomatitis has what 3 associations?
bechets
reiters
PFAPA
What painful immuno condition of mucosa has Ab's against desmosomes?
pemph vulgaris
how does oral cancer cause pain?
causes ulceration which is painful
is oral cancer painful?
not generally
most common oral cancer?
sq cell carcinoma
2 types of neuralgia causing muosal pain
post herpetic or post traumatic
post-traumatic neuralgia often see's this nerve effected
I.A.N
with post-traumatic neuralgia of the I.A.N you get what condition usually?
parasthesia
Another neuro type of mucosal pain (besides neuralgia) is -_____, seen in post menopausal women. Often assoc with____or____.
BMS
stress
depression
4 vitamins/minerals when deficient cause mucosal pain
b12,
c
fe
zn
What is a condition like BMS but w/out the pain?
benign glossitis
another condition like benign glossitis is ___which has 2 types, ____ or ____
lichken planus
reticular
erosive
why is referred pain?
viscero/dermotome overlap
splanch afferents
cell body to the ____ DRG, then to the ____-____S.C, carrying _____and ____info
Lumbar
thoraco-lumbar SC
sympathetic
visceral sensory
Sympathetic - visceral autonomics have the cell body in the ____ganglia or ____ganglia
paravertebral
celiac
parasympathetic -visceral autonomics use the ____neurons, located
ganglionic
close to visc organs