BAKTERIAL INFECTION

Dr. Theresia Indah Budhy, drg., M.Kes

especially anteriorly. Pale vesicles and ulcers are visible on the palate and gingivae. and the gingivae are erythematous and swollen Herpetic stomatitis.Herpes Herpetic stomatitis. a characteristic site. A group of recently rupture vesicles on the hard palate. The individual lesions are of remarkable uniform size but several have coalesced to form larger irregular ulcers. .

Herpetic ulcer. The virus infected cells.A smear from a herpetic vesicle. Herpetic vesicle. The distended degenerating nuclei of the epithelial cells cluster together to give the typical mulberry appearance. darkly staining virus-infected cells liberating free virus into the saliva . identifiable by their enlarged nuclei. can be seen in the floor of the vesicle and a few are floating freely in the vesicle fluid. The vesicle has ruptured to form an ulcer (right) and the epithelium at the margin contains enlarged. The vesicles is formed by accumulation of fluid within the prickle cell layer.

B. . Typical vesicles. Herpes labialis.A B Herpes labialis. A. Crusted ulcers affecting the vermilion borders of the lip.

The patient complained only of toothache . A severe attack in an older person shows confluent ulceration on the hard and soft palate on one side Herpes Zoster of the trigeminal nerve. There are vesicles and ulcers on one side of the tongue and facial skin supplied by the first and second divisions.Herpes Zoster.

Secondary syphilis. cutaneous macular lesions. Primary syphilis (chancre).Syphilis Condyloma latum of secondary syphilis. .

Tertiary syphilis. mulberry molars and notched incisors. . palatal fistula resulting from a gumma Congenital syphilis.

Lichenoid drug reaction. . Cutaneous urticaria associated with hypersensitivity to metronidazole Drug reaction to captopril. Acquired angioedema producing lip swelling.Hypersensitivity reaction.

angular cheilitis form . erythematous type Candidiasis. pseudomembranous type Candidiasis.Candidiasis Candidiasis. pseudomembranous type Candidiasis.

pseudomembranous type Candidiasis.Candidiasis. hyperplastic type or median rhomboid glossitis .

High magnification of fungal hyphae in kreatin layer Candidiasis. A. Psoriasiform pattern. B. hyperplastic type .A B Oral Candidiasis.

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