• 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:06    |    
  • 00:44    |    
    Determining precancer
  • 03:01    |    
    Severity of dysplasia based on location
  • 04:25    |    
    Dysplasia and probability of precancer
  • 06:07    |    
    Epithelial dysplasia in leukoplakia
  • 07:06    |    
    Toluidine blue test to identify dysplasia
    • Results of the test
    • FDA approval for use in the United States
  • 12:07    |    
    Ideal areas to do a biopsy
  • 13:53    |    
    Dysplastic cell
  • 14:26    |    
    Brush biopsy technique
    • How to apply the brush biopsy technique
    • Area to apply the brush biopsy technique
  • 19:07    |    
    ViziLite technique
    • How to apply the ViziLite technique
    • Awareness on dysplasia detection methods
    • Images of the ViziLite technique
  • 23:38    |    
    Fluorescence tests
    • How to apply the tissue fluorescence technique
    • Oral fluorescence
    • Area to apply the fluorescence technique
    • FDA approved for identifying dysplasia lesions
  • 29:28    |    
    Types of dysplasia analyzed through fluorescence test
    • Actinic cheilosis
    • Erosive lichen planus
    • Geographic tongue
    • Nicotine palatinus
    • Melanin pigmentation
    • Amalgam tattoo
    • Benign lymphoid aggregates
  • 34:11    |    
    The must-know oral lesions chart
    • White lesions
    • Actinic cheilosis
    • Geographic tongue
    • Using the chart
  • 39:33    |    
    Final credits

Oral Precancer: Dentistry’s New Gadgets

New Media  | 09 de agosto de 2012  | Vistas: 40

Jerry Bouquot explains the different degrees of severity of dysplasia and its implications in oral precancer. He also presents new technologies and gadgets for better identifying this disease. Among such tools are the Toluidine blue test, the brush biopsy and the ViziLite technique, as well as the fluorescence test.

For each method, he provides a review of the correct steps for its implementation, along with the up and downsides implied, in addition to the precise area to test, in an effort of obtaining the best results. This lecture is enriched with images that show how each procedure would look like on a real life patient, and in the particular case of the fluorescence test, images of different types of oral dysplasia are analyzed.


Jerry Bouquot is Professor and Chair of the Department of Diagnostic…