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32 Possible Causes for Hyperparakeratosis, Lesion of the Tongue

  • Hairy Leukoplakia

    Histopathologically, the characteristic findings are hyperparakeratosis, hyperplasia, and ballooning of prickle cells resembling koilocytosis.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] The patient was a 47-year-old woman with bilateral lesions on the tongue.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Histologically, irregular hyperparakeratosis, acanthosis, and clusters of ballooned keratinocytes in the stratum spinosum were present in the biopsied lateral tongue.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Lingual Papillitis

    In the papulokeratotic variant, biopsy shows severe hyperparakeratosis and mild chronic inflammation .[dermnetnz.org] CASE DESCRIPTION: A man of 34 years of age had since childhood bouts of painful papular lesions on the tongue.[revistaseletronicas.pucrs.br] Neg for HSV, HPV, fungi Term Histologic features of type 3 transient lingual papillitis Definition Marker shaggy hyperparakeratosis w/ bacterial colonization; chronic lymphocytic[flashcardmachine.com]

  • Benign Migratory Glossitis

    When biopsy is taken, the histopathologic appearance is quite similar to psoriasis: Hyperparakeratosis. Acanthosis. Subepithelial T lymphocyte inflammatory infiltrate.[en.wikipedia.org] Benign migratory glossitis or geographic tongue: An enigmatic oral lesion. Am J Med 2002;113:751-5. 2. Kovac-Kovacic M, Skaleric U.[jiaomr.in] Symptoms include: Map-like appearance to the surface of the tongue Patches that move from day to day Smooth, red patches and sores (lesions) on the tongue Soreness and burning[nlm.nih.gov]

  • Tongue Disease

    .  Diagnosis: clinically  Biopsy shows loss of filiform papillae with hyperparakeratosis and acanthosis.  D/D-  Psoriasis  Reiter’s syndrome:skin,occular,urethral lesion[slideshare.net] These patches (lesions) give the tongue a maplike, or geographic, appearance.[mayoclinic.org] Reports of deer exhibiting lethargy, blue tongues and ulcers and lesions on the tongue and palate have been filed in portions of Oklahoma.[oklahomafarmreport.com]

  • White Sponge Nevus

    Histological examination showed intense acanthosis and hyperparakeratosis-induced epithelial hyperplasia.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Three of these lesions increased with age but not fissured tongue. All were more common in men.[scienceopen.com] Microscopic analysis revealed oral mucosa comprised of hyperplastic stratified squamous epithelium with either hyperparakeratosis or lack of keratinization.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Fissured Tongue

    […] migrating areas of depapillation) are so striking, there is rarely any need for biopsy . [11] When biopsy is taken, the histopathologic appearance is quite similar to psoriasis: Hyperparakeratosis[en.wikipedia.org] The lesions on the tongue generally are symptomatic, as tongue is an integral part of deglutition and speech.[alliedacademies.org] Figure 3: Case II: Irregular, erythmatous lesion on right lateral border and dorsum of tongue Click here to view Figure 4: Case II: Complete remission of the lesion on tongue[amhsjournal.org]

  • Oral Candidiasis

    Histopathological examination of tissue sections stained with H and E reveals epithelial hyperplasia with hyperparakeratosis and candidal hyphae in parakeratin layer invading[doi.org] Signs and symptoms may develop suddenly, but they may persist for a long time and can include: Creamy, white lesions on your tongue, inner cheeks and sometimes on the roof[flipper.diff.org] Microscopic examination of the lesions reveals a localized superficial inflammatory reaction, hyperparakeratosis and ulceration of the surface covered with a fibrinoid[slideshare.net]

  • Isolated Congenital Hypoglossia / Aglossia

    Definition May persist for weeks or months Border may show hyperparakeratosis Term What is stomatitis areata migrans?[flashcardmachine.com] lesions. [2] The development of the tongue begins during the fourth week of intrauterine life, the first pharyngeal arch forms the movable anterior body of the tongue.[ijps.org] Slide 58: HISTOPATHOLOGICAL FEATURES: - Characterized by marked elongation and hyperparakeratosis of the filliform papillae.[authorstream.com]

  • Isolated Congenital Hypoglossia or Aglossia

    Definition May persist for weeks or months Border may show hyperparakeratosis Term What is stomatitis areata migrans?[flashcardmachine.com] lesions. [2] The development of the tongue begins during the fourth week of intrauterine life, the first pharyngeal arch forms the movable anterior body of the tongue.[ijps.org] Slide 58: HISTOPATHOLOGICAL FEATURES: - Characterized by marked elongation and hyperparakeratosis of the filliform papillae.[authorstream.com]

  • Oral Mucosal Disorder

    […] clinically mistaken for candidiasis, a biopsy should be performed for definitive diagnosis. [197] Histologic examination reveals hairlike projections, which demonstrate hyperparakeratosis[emedicine.medscape.com] The hazard rate ratio was 1.87 times larger for tongue lesions than for buccal lesions. Conclusion Patients with OPMDs require long-term follow up.[bmcoralhealth.biomedcentral.com] Buccal lesions or tongue involvement are occasionally found.[rroij.com]

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