Important Points of Pathology for FCPS Dentistry

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We have made some important points for General Pathology. Hopefully it will help you people in the exam of FCPS Part 1 Dentistry.

  • Hour glass appearance -> Peripheral giant cell granuloma.
  • *Ground glass appearance -> Fibrous displasia.
  • *Chevron pattern -> Chracterstic epithelial feature seen in Tobacco Smokers.
  • *Saw tooth pattrrn -> Lichen planus.
  • *Hyaline shrunken bodies (civatte bodies) -> Lichen planus.
  • *Butterfly pattern -> involvement of Nose and Cheek in SLE.
  • *Rushton bodies -> Redicular xyst.
  • *Kapolicks spot -> Measles.
  • *Sulphur granules in pus -> Actinomycosis
  • *Drugs can cause gengival Hyper trophy -> phenetoin plus cyclosporin plus nefidapine ( best option is phenetoin)
  • *Lesion that can be wiped off -> Candidiasis.
  • *Positive Nikolskys sign -> PV.
  • *Tombstone pattern -> PV
  • Steven johnson syndrome -> severe form of Erythma multiform.
  • *Snow storm or cherry tree in blossom like appearance -> Pleomorphic adenoma.
  • *Mucins or mucoids -> Pleomorphic adenoma.
  • * Pulmonary edema -> Left sided heart failure..
  • * peripheral edema -> Right sided heart faliure.. 
  • * Bronchiostasis -> Cystic fibrosis. 
  • * Chronic bronchitis -> persistent cough+sputum production.. 
  • * Chronic myeloid leukemia -> Philadelphia chromosome.. 
  • * Neurofibromatosis -> cafe au Late spots.. 
  • * Squamous cell carcinoma -> prickle cells and keratin pearls..
  • * Nematodes -> Marked eosinophilia.. 
  • * Hodgkin’s disease -> Reed- sternberg cells.





 Ewing’s sarcoma -> Small blue cells.
*Bence Jones proteins -> Multiple myeloma
*Butterfly Rash -> Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)
*Acute inflammation -> Neutrophils
*Chronic inflammation -> Macrophages ( Epetheliod cells and Giant cells)
* Ferruginous bodies -> Asbestosis
*Pink Puffer -> Emphysema
*Blue bloaters -> Chronic Bronchitis
*Russels & Moot’s body -> Multiple Myeloma
*Lipschutz body -> Hsv
*Civatte body -> Lichen Planus
*Osteogenesis -> Blue sclerae
*Lewy body -> Parkinson’s disease
*Negri body -> Rabies
*Erythema Muliform -> Target lesion or Iris or Bullas lesion
*Alberts bone Disease -> Brittle bones
*Spleen enlargement -> Myelofibrosis
*Bechet`s Disease -> Mouth sores ( chronic ), skin blisters
*Hemophilia A -> Deficiency of factor viii
*Osteomalacia -> Deficiency of vitamin D
*Purpura: (1) Small -> Petechia (2) Large -> Ecchymosis
*PAGET`S Disease of bones -> Increased serum alkaline phosphate
*Acute Gouty Arthritis -> Uric Acids Deposits
*Sever Hemolytic Disease -> Fetus has RH+ and mother RH-




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