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Trove: Find and get Australian resources. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. at the following website: yazik.info that branch of pathology concerned with diseases of the oral cavity. Microbiology is. Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, 4th Edition provides state-of-the-art information on the wide variety of diseases that may affect the oral and maxillofacial region.

We retrospectively reviewed consecutive pathology consultation requests over a 2-year period. The submitted report and matched second opinion report were reviewed to extract predetermined demographic, clinical, and pathologic data. Each diagnosis was reviewed to determine if there was agreement, minor disagreement, or major disagreement between the original and the second opinion.

In the cases where agreement could be assessed, there were a total of 46 cases Minor disagreements occurred in 24 cases Importantly, major disagreements identified here would have resulted in significant differences in patient evaluation and management.

This study supports the positive impact of second-opinion surgical pathology for lesions in the maxillofacial complex and supports the role of OMPs in subspecialty diagnostic pathology. Several studies have shown cial regions. Oral and maxillofacial pathologists OMPs that among disease sites, the head and neck can be par- complete a 3-year accredited training program that pro- vides education in the microscopic and clinical diagnosis of diseases within the oral cavity and maxillofacial com- Supported by National Institutes of Health grants CA, T32DE, U10CA, and T32DE to R.

Although the number of oral biopsies received by a Department of Orofacial Sciences. Barrett and Received for publication Oct 26, ; accepted for publication Dec Speight14 showed that even though biopsies taken from 10, All rights reserved. Comparison of diagnostic categories for sub- many challenging cases. Thus, the specialized skills of the mitted and second-opinion cases OMP fill what can sometimes be an important gap in the Diagnostic category Submitted case Second opinion expertise of some PPs.

Seventy-eight ogy consultation requests sent to the senior author for PPs Fifty-two 31, a month period. Of these, there were 79 cases These cases were excluded from analysis because came from 7 states outside of California.

Pathology de- the second opinion request originated from a clinician partments in community hospital settings submitted within the University of California at San Francisco The remaining cases were submitted from pathology departments within academic medical centers.

Excluded from this cate- Review of billing information showed that 73 patients gory were 4 cases that were referred from an OMP. The Eight cases 5.

Contemporary Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology

Fifty-four patients Each their consultation fees billed directly to their referring diagnosis was assigned to 1 of 11 disease categories pathologist or did not report their insurance type. Table I and each case subsequently reviewed to deter- mine if there was agreement, minor disagreement, or Biopsy sites, supplemental imaging studies, and major disagreement between the submitting PP and the special tests second opinion.

All minor and major disagree- 4. Summary of anatomic sites sent for second Table III. Minor diagnostic disagreements between opinion original and second-opinion diagnoses Anatomic site No.

Oral and maxillofacial pathology: a rationale for diagnosis and treatment

OKC Radicular cyst Palate 6 3. OKC Adenomatoid odontogenic Lymph node 1 0. For the myxoma 92 Aneurysmal bone cyst Ameloblastoma cases sent without imaging, supplemental imaging 94 Pyogenic granuloma Peripheral ossifying was recommended in 9 cases 6. Further sections and fibroma histochemical and immunohistochemical stains were per- 98 Periapical granuloma Radicular cyst formed by the OMP in 12 cases as part of the second- OKC vs.

For the majority of these cases 11 out of odontogenic cyst tumor 19, In 3 cases In 2 of these OKC, Odontogenic keratocyst. It was with some dismay, therefore, that in the first major chapter,I noted their use of dated terminology such as 'epulis fissuratum' and 'peripheral ossifying fibroma' — terms long since deleted from common usage in the UK. The section on the terminology of ameloblastoma, which attempts to clarify understanding of this lesion is unfortunately too confusing to be helpful.

While many would agree that the classification of cystic ameloblastoma requires serious revision, the authors' reclassification into in situ, microinvasive and invasive subtypes leads to even more confusion — this section needs a serious rethink.

Unfortunately, therefore the authors' attempts to rationalise terminology have not been met, some outdated terms are still used and many of the terms heralded as new in Chapter 20 have been in common usage for some time.

Overall however, the book presents a thorough overview of the presentation and management of disorders and diseases of the maxillofacial regions. It is extremely comprehensive, covering almost every conceivable condition in 20 chapters.

Oral and maxillofacial pathology

The first 19 chapters are arranged by fairly conventional classifications, for example 'Inflammatory reactive and infectious diseases', 'Odontogenic tumours' etc. Each chapter is logically organized by body system or disease group, enabling you to easily identify a specific condition. A comprehensive appendix of differential diagnosis among oral and maxillofacial disease processes helps you rule out invalid diagnoses.

The bibliography divided by topic presented at the end of each chapter enables you to pursue supplemental literature. Highly accomplished authors and contributors with a broad range of clinical and classroom teaching experience provide well-balanced coverage of the entire subject.

Chapter outlines at the beginning of each chapter allow immediate access to specific topics. Over new illustrations have been added to this popular, visual reference.

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However, The It is difficult to define the limits of oral pathology at British Society for Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology the undergraduate level. Of these, there were 79 cases Am J Surg Pathol ; There are several expla- sion, but papillary cystadenocarcinoma would require an nations for these results.

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Duplication of teaching should Knowledge of disease should reinforce teaching of be avoided. Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Curr Opin academic labs and Major diagnostic disagreements between and pathology residencies often do not deal extensively original and second-opinion diagnoses with diseases of the oral cavity and maxillofacial com- Case plex.

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