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When evaluating the clinical pattern of gingivitis, how should you describe it?
Localized/Generalized
Marginal/Papillary
When evaluating the clinical pattern of gingivitis, how should you describe it?
Localized/Generalized
Marginal/Papillary
What is slang for Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis?
Trench Mouth
Who is at risk for NUG?
Young to Middle aged adults
Whites > Blacks
Males > Females
Smokers > Non-smokers
What are some predisposing factors for NUG?
Psychologic stress
Immunosuppression
Smoking
Poor Nutrition
Poor Oral Hygiene
Sleep deprivation
Recent illness
What are some key presentations of NUG?
Hemorrhagic interdental papillae
Papillae are blunted and punched out
Fetid odor
Can lead to necrotizing periodontitis, necrotizing mucositis/stomatitis, or noma
What type of gingivitis is a form of allergic gingivitis that was associated with wrigley's gum during vietnam era?
Plasma Cell Gingivitis
How does Plasma cell Gingivitis present clinically?
Rapid onset of Sore Mouth
Diffuse enlargement of gingiva
Intense redness
Loss of stippling, dry, atrophic lips w/fissuring and angular cheilitis
Reddening and fissuring of tongue with soreness
What type of gingivitis has solitary or multifocal red or red/white macules in the interdental papillae < 2 mm diameter?
Granulomatous Gingivitis
What are some possible causes of Granulomatous Gingivitis?
Foreign material
Fungal infection
Acid-fast bacterial infection
Crohn's disease
Sarcoidosis
Chronic granulomatous disease
Wegener's Granulomatosis
Who is most commonly affected by Desquamative Gingivitis?
Women 4x
> 40 years old
What type of gingivitis has a gradual onset, smooth erythema, loss of stippling, blistering, significant pain, Nikolsky sign?
Desquamative Gingivitis
What gingival condition is due to excess collagen formation in the gingiva (fibrous enlargement) and strongly associated with Cyclosporine, Phenytoin, and Nefedipine?
Drug related gingival hyperplasia
What is the progression of gingival hyperplasia?
Begins 1-2 months of drug use
first in the anterior facial segment
Interdental papillae enlarge and spread across facial surface
Later lingual and posterior areas
Pseudopockets lead to inflammatory changes
What is the progression of gingival hyperplasia?
Begins 1-2 months of drug use
first in the anterior facial segment
Interdental papillae enlarge and spread across facial surface
Later lingual and posterior areas
Pseudopockets lead to inflammatory changes
What are the oral lesions which fulfill the criteria for diagnosis of AIDS (old)?
Kaposi's sarcoma
Herpes Simplex Ulceration
Lymphoma