This collection of photos contain both cancers, and non-cancerous diseases of the oral environment which may be mistaken for malignancies. Some contain a brief patient history which may add insight to the actual diagnosis of the disease. As you review these images and their descriptions, you will be presented with what the referring doctor originally diagnosed and treated the patient for. Elderly woman with advanced sun induced degenerative alterations of face and lips. Presented with midline ulcerated mass. A 47 year old male presents with a tender, well defined ulceration of the left ventral tongue of 2 weeks duration. A 59 year old female with a painless papillary mass of the left posterior mandibular alveolar ridge. A 38 year old a male presented with a white friable lesion of the maxillary gingiva which wiped off with a cotton swab, leaving a raw red base. Patient is a 64 year old male with granular nodular partially ulcerated mass of the anterior mandibular gingiva. A billateraly symetrical ulcerative process noted by this 41 year old female, present for several months.
Oral Cavity Anatomy
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Search Search. Search Tips Use the search page for more options Use quotation marks e. Use multiple keywords separated by spaces e. This search will retrieve items that correspond to any of those words, ranking higher those with all or most of the keywords. Plurals and other variations are automatically included. To exclude a word from your search, precede it with a hyphen, e. Title: Oral Cavity Anatomy Description: Anatomy of the oral cavity; drawing shows the lip, hard palate, soft palate, retromolar trigone, front two-thirds of the tongue, gingiva, buccal mucosa, and floor of mouth.