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keratotic white lesions of the oral cavity By Avanti Chinte
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Is a non specific term used to describe any abnormal area of the oral mucosa that on clinical examination appears whiter than the surrounding tissue and is usually slightly raised.1 White lesions... More > result as a result of 1 1. Increased thickness of epidermal covering. 2. Increased production of keratin. 3. Imbibition of fluid by upper layers of mucosa. 4. Microvesicular formation in the prickle cell layer. 5. Coagulation of surface tissue. 6. Formation of pseudomembrane. 7. Decreased vascularity. Non Keratotic lesions are those that can be dislodged easily and often leave a reddened patch. Keratotic lesions are those that resist rubbing and scraping.2 In day-to-day clinical practise oral physicians often encounters a wide spectrum of oro-mucosal lesions .These lesions range from harmless mucosal alterations like change in the colour and texture of the oral mucosa , needing simple therapeutic remedies and patient counselling to lesions of a life-threatening nature.< Less
Best Embusen By Marius Podeanu
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"Best Embusen: Shotokan" provides an advanced analysis of the 26 Shotokan kata embusen. It offers a unique perspective that helps provide a good foundation for further development. The... More > material is advanced, meant to accompany books that present in detail the movements in each kata. The reader is assumed to know or to have access to information about the various steps and techniques in each kata.< Less
Best Embusen By Marius Podeanu
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"Best Embusen: Shotokan" provides an advanced analysis of the 26 Shotokan kata embusen. It offers a unique perspective that helps provide a good foundation for further development. The... More > material is advanced, meant to accompany books that present in detail the movements in each kata. The reader is assumed to know or to have access to information about the various steps and techniques in each kata.< Less

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