Oral Pathology Study Set 2
Quiz 4 :
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The gingivae are painful and erythematous. The interdental papillae appear as punched-out, necrotic, cratering areas. The overall sloughing of the necrotic tissue appears as a pseudomembrane over the tissues. The patient experiences a foul odor and metallic taste. On the basis of these features you suspect that this patient has:
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Name the vascular lesion that is seen in this illustration. The patient is HIV seropositive. The most common intraoral locations are the gingiva and palate. When diagnosed, this vascular lesion meets the criteria for the diagnosis of acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). The most common locations are the gingiva and palate.