leukoplakic

leukoplakic

(ˌluːkəʊˈpleɪkɪk) or

leucoplakic

adj
(Pathology) pathol relating to leukoplakia
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Apoptosis, mitosis, PCNA and bcl-2 in normal, leukoplakic and malignant epithelia of the human oral cavity: prospective, in vivo study.
Clinically it is typically characterised by multiple, erythematous, nodular plaques ranging between 1 and 10 mm, unlike our case which presented with a leukoplakic lesion.
Gadivan, "Expression of Ki-67 in normal oral epithelium, leukoplakic oral epithelium and oral squamous cell carcinoma," Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, vol.
Previous studies report on 80% HPV positive leukoplakias (6), and another study verified HPV DNA in 17.6% of oral leukoplakic lesions and 19.7% of oral lichen planus lesions (7).
The possibility of primary laryngeal aspergillosis should be kept in mind while dealing with nonhealing and chronic laryngeal leukoplakic lesions presenting with hoarseness, even in patients with a good immune status.
The appearance of the vocal folds varies, from erythematous, oedematous to leukoplakic and cystic.
Hookli associated leukoplakia: The stem of hookli becomes hot when smoked causing leukoplakic lesions on lower and upper labial mucosa.
Leukoplakic areas showing an increased risk of malignant transformation, and hence requires frequent monitoring.
Terms that were not recommended "because of the confusion associated with the use" included Bowen disease, erythroplasia of Queyrat, carcinoma simplex, and leukoplakic vulvitis.
He had complete glottic closure, but he now had a new leukoplakic lesion (figure 1).