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Journal:   AVICENNA JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MEDICINE (SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL OF HAMADAN UNIVERSITY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES AND HEALTH SERVICES)   Summer 2002 , Volume 9 , Number 2 (SN 24); Page(s) 47 To 54.
 
Paper: 

THE SURVEY OF FREQUENCY , CLINICAL AND PATHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF LIP AND ORAL MUCOSAL LESIONS ON 199 PATIENTS DURING 1991-98

 
 
Author(s):  ANSARI A.*, FARSHCHIAN M., KOUSHA F.
 
* Department of Dermatology, School of Medicine, Hamadan University of Medical Sciences & Health Services, Hamadan, Iran
 
Abstract: 

Lip and oral mucosal lesion is observed in many of hereditary and acquired diseases. This study is a survey of frequency, clinical and pathological aspects in patients who suffer from lip and mucosal lesion, referred to department of dermatology of Sina Hospital in Hamadan between 1991-1998.
In this retrospective - cross sectional study, the information was collected through patients file and then analysis of the information was done by EPI6 software.
Out of the 4288 biopsy cases, 199 cases (4.6%) were affected with labial and oral mucosal lesion. Of these, 128 cases (64.3%) had lip lesion, 71 cases (30.7%) had oral mucosal lesions and 10 cases (5%) had both. In patients with labial lesions, 100 cases (72.5%) were male; however the incidence of oral mucosal was the same for both sexes. The common age for lip and oral mucosal lesions was the seventh and fourth decade respectively. Housewives, farmers and student were the most involved professional groups. The common sites of lesions were lower lip, buccal mucosa and dorsum of the tongue .The most frequent clinical presentation for lip ,lesions were cyst and plague and for oral lesions were plague, erosion and papule .In 188 patients (94.5%) there was a correspondence between clinical and histological diagnosis.
The most common lesion in this study was squamous cell carcinoma. The other lesions in order of frequency were:actinic, mucosal, oral lichenplanus, oral wart, leukoplakia, pyogenic granuloma and oral pemphigus.

 
Keyword(s): LIP DISEASES, MOUTH DISEASES, PATHOLOGY
 
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