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Premalignant lesion diagnosis in Dental Clinic
16 Aug

Premalignant lesion diagnosis in Dental Clinic

PREMALIGNANT LESIONS IN ORAL CAVITY

Classification schemes for lesions of the oral cavity typically have used the clinical appearance of lesions to determine which are premalignant. (1) Leukoplakia and erythroplakia are two clinical lesions widely considered to be premalignant. However, using clinical features to classify lesions is difficult because they vary in appearance and are likely to be interpreted subjectively by the clinician. A histopathologic diagnosis is generally more indicative of premalignant change than clinically apparent alterations.
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