Diagnosis procedure

The influence of oral health on quality of life and influence of other diseases on oral health is a soft area to be focussed on. Also the prospective cures or concepts that can be implemented in near future are discussed under this topic. Knowledge of oral diseases obtained from biopsy records provides more accurate data about the diagnosis and oral health of elderly patients. These indicators thus support the development of specific health policies for the prevention and treatment of oral and maxillofacial lesions that affect this population. Oral pathologists generally do not provide direct patient care. Rather, they diagnose cases using clinical, biochemical radiographic, and microscopic or other examinations, and do biopsies in consultation to dentists and other physicians providing patient care. Collecting the information necessary to determine the cause of a patient's complaint is accomplished by determining the patient's medical and dental history and performing a physical examination. Properly performed, the history and physical examination are frequently the most definitive of the diagnostic procedures. Without the information provided by the history and physical examination, the diagnostic process is reduced to hazardous speculation. The basic diagnostic procedure are  Magnetic resonance imaging, X-ray computed tomography ,Oral Tissue Biopsy , Immunohistochemistry.

 

  • Magnetic resonance imaging
  • X-ray computed tomography
  • Oral Tissue Biopsy
  • Immunohistochemistry

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