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ORAL LEUKOPLAKIA: A REVIEW

Dr. Veena B. Pujari* and Dr. Savita Thakkannavar

ABSTRACT

Oral cavity presents various lesions depending on the etiology, site and usage of tobacco and alcohol. Among all the lesions known oral leukoplakia is the most common potentially malignant disorder of the oral mucosa. It is a predominantly white lesion which cannot be characterized clinicopathologically as any other definable lesion. The greater risk of malignant change is seen in women than men. Hence, a complete knowledge of this lesion by the clinician helps early diagnosis and appropriate treatment facilitating a good prognosis and a better quality of life

Keywords: White lesion, Potentially malignant, Tobacco, homogenous, verrucous, Erythroleukoplakia.


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