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Welcome to the Diagnostic Sciences & Oral Medicine (DSOM) course guide! On this guide you will find resources specifically selected for your course by Dr. Brar and your librarian.Need help searching or finding an article? Reach out to the Dentistry Liaison Librarian, Annabelle Holt, at annabelle@uthsc.edu. Selected eBooks Burket's Oral Medicine by Michael Glick (Editor); Martin S. Greenberg (Editor); Peter B. Lockhart (Editor); Stephen J. Challacombe (Editor)This thoroughly revised Thirteenth Edition of Burket's Oral Medicine reflects the scope of modern Oral Medicine with updated content written by 80 contributing oral medicine and medical experts from across the globe. The text emphasizes the diagnosis and management of diseases of the mouth and maxillofacial region as well as safe dental management for patients with complex medical disorders such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, infectious diseases, bleeding disorders, renal diseases, and many more. In addition to comprehensively expanded chapters on oral mucosal diseases, including those on ulcers, blisters, red, white and pigmented lesions, readers will also find detailed discussions on: orofacial pain, temporomandibular disorders, headache and salivary gland disease; oral and oropharyngeal cancers, including the management of oral complications of cancer therapy; genetics, laboratory medicine and transplantation medicine; pediatric and geriatric oral medicine; psychiatry and psychology; clinical research; and interpreting the biomedical literature The Thirteenth Edition of Burket's Oral Medicine is an authoritative reference valuable to students, residents, oral medicine specialists, teachers, and researchers as well as dental and medical specialists. jQuery(function () jQuery('[data-toggle="popover"]').popover() )Call Number: EBSCO eBooks (unlimited users)ISBN: 9781119597797Publication Date: 2021, 13th EditionColor Atlas of Common Oral Diseases by Robert P. Langlais, Craig S. Miller, Jill S. GehrigCall Number: EBSCO eBooks (limit of 3 simultaneous users)Publication Date: 2020Enhanced 5th EditionLittle and Falace's Dental Management of the Medically Compromised Patient by James W. Little; Craig Miller; Nelson L. RhodusCall Number: ClinicalKey (unlimited users)ISBN: 9780323443555Publication Date: 2018, 9th editionOral and Maxillofacial Pathology by Angela C. Chi; Brad W. Neville; Douglas D. Damm; Carl M. AllenSee how to identify and effectively manage oral diseases! 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. Over 1,400 radiographs and full-color clinical photos - that's more than any other reference - bring pathologies and conditions to life. New to this edition is coverage of the latest advances in diagnosis and disease management, plus topics such as hereditary dental anomalies and oral lesions associated with cosmetic fillers. Written by well-known oral pathology educators Brad Neville, Douglas Damm, Carl Allen, and Angela Chi, this market leader is your go-to reference for the care of patients with oral disease! Comprehensive contemporary overview of oral and maxillofacial pathology includes a brief description of each individual lesion or pathologic condition and the kind of pathologic process that it represents, followed by a discussion of its clinical and/or radiographic presentation, histopathologic features, and its treatment and prognosis. Over 1,400 radiographs and full-color clinical photos facilitate the identification and classification of lesions and disease states. Up-to-date concepts of pathogenesis and disease management help you understand the diseases that affect oral and maxillofacial structures, formulate an accurate diagnosis, and institute proper treatment. Logical organization by body system or disease process makes it easy to look up specific conditions. Comprehensive appendix on differential diagnosis organizes disease entities according to their most prominent or identifiable clinical features, helping you find and formulate differential diagnoses. Information on forensic dentistry, methamphetamine, and gene mutations addresses some of today's leading topics in oral pathology research. Differential diagnosis case studies on the Evolve companion website include correct answers and rationales, offering more opportunities to improve your identification skills and diagnostic competency. NEW cutting-edge content includes pathologies and conditions such as localized juvenile spongiotic gingival hyperplasia, oral lesions associated with cosmetic fillers, oropharyngeal carcinomas related to human papillomavirus (HPV), IgG4-related disease and mammary analogue secretory carcinomas, Globodontia, Lobodontia, Leishmaniasis, and Xanthelasma. Over 130 NEW full-color photos and over 40 NEW radiographs bring common and uncommon disease states more clearly to life. jQuery(function () jQuery('[data-toggle="popover"]').popover() )Call Number: ClinicalKey (unlimited users)ISBN: 9781455770526Publication Date: 2016, 4th editionLibrary Resources and Services REQUEST AN ARTICLEInterLibrary Loan (ILL)CONNECT OFF CAMPUSOff Campus AccessCONTACT A LIBRARIANRequest a ConsultationFIND A BOOK OR JOURNALAll DatabaseseBooks by SpecialtyLibrary CatalogPublication FinderBrowZineLEARN ABOUT RESOURCESWorkshopsEndNote Training Annabelle Holt Email Me jQuery.getScript(" ", function() jQuery("#mysched_103807").LibCalMySched(iid: 1728, lid: 0, gid: 0, uid: 103807, width: 560, height: 680, title: 'Make an Appointment - ', domain: ' '););Schedule Appointment#mysched_103807 background: #5BC0DE; border: 1px solid #FFFFFF; border-radius: 4px; color: #FFFFFF; font: 14px Arial, Helvetica, Verdana; padding: 8px 20px; cursor: pointer;#mysched_103807:hover, #mysched_103807:active, #mysched_103807:focus opacity: 0.9; Contact: Assistant ProfessorResearch and Learning Services LibrarianThe University of Tennessee Health Science CenterHealth Sciences Library877 Madison Avenue, Room 222Memphis, TN 38163901-448-9426 Website Social: Facebook Page Twitter Page YouTube Page Instagram Page Subjects: Anatomy, Databases, Dental Hygiene, Dentistry, Nursing, Psychiatry, Radiology Last Updated: Mar 21, 2023 1:31 PM URL: Print Page Login to LibApps Report a problem.




Burket's Oral Medicine 13th Edition



Oral medicine, one of the specialties of dentistry, includes the diagnosis and nonsurgical treatments of disorders (e.g., oral mucosal and salivary gland diseases, orofacial pain) affecting the orofacial region [2]. These disorders are not only associated with local lesions in the orofacial region but may also be affected by systemic medical conditions. For example, several oral mucosal alterations arise as oral symptoms of hematological disorders. It has been reported that oral candidiasis, recurrent aphthous ulcer, erythematous mucositis, and burning mouth symptoms occur frequently in anemic patients [3-6]. Complete blood cell count (CBC), one of the most commonly performed laboratory tests, can be used to identify the presence of hematological abnormalities related to the development of oral mucosal diseases. In addition, CBC can be usefully applied to monitor the serious hematological diseases that arise from the long-term administration of carbamazepine, which is used extensively to treat paroxysmal pain disorders [7,8]. Therefore, oral medicine specialists should be able to use diagnostic tests of laboratory medicine and interpret the results in diagnosing and treating diseases in the field of oral medicine.


The purpose of this review is to summarize the diagnostics tests used in laboratory medicine that can be applied to the evaluation of systemic etiologic factors or the diagnosis of disorders in the field of oral medicine and to explain the meaning of the results of these tests.


Various diseases that are dealt with in the field of oral medicine are influenced by both local and systemic factors. Knowledge about laboratory medicine is essential for accurate diagnosis. In this section, diagnostic tests of laboratory medicine that can be used for discrimination of the influence of systemic conditions and their interpretation will be explained.


BMS is a chronic orofacial pain disorder characterized by persistent oral burning symptoms in oral mucosa with a normal appearance. Oral burning symptoms may result from various local (oral soft-tissue lesions as mentioned above) and systemic (hormonal changes, systemic diseases, medications, and nutritional deficiencies) factors [17]. Accordingly, to achieve a proper diagnosis of BMS, it is essential to identify these local and systemic factors. Diagnostic tests in laboratory medicine can be used to confirm these factors. The recommended laboratory tests are as follows: complete blood count with leukocyte differential count; erythrocyte sedimentation rate; calcium, phosphorus, blood glucose, ferritin, vitamin B12, folate, zinc, and magnesium levels; liver function tests; thyroid function tests; and kidney function tests [18]. 041b061a72


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