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Course # 98662 • Oral Pathology Review

This is a close-up of the lip of a patient with a herpes simplex lesion on the lower lip due to the herpes simplex virus type 1 pathogen.
This patient developed palatal mucosal lesions due to chickenpox.
This patient with HIV presented with signs of advanced oral hairy leukoplakia on the lateral border of his tongue.
Kaposi sarcoma in the mouth of a patient with AIDS.
This patient with HIV was exhibiting signs of a secondary aphthous stomatitis infection (i.e., multiple canker sores).
Erosion on the mandibular teeth caused by bulimia, compared with the restored maxillary teeth.

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