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Plaque

Aka: Plaque
  1. Description
    1. Confluence of Papules (Psoriasis, Mycosis Fungoides)
    2. Elevation above skin surface
      1. Contrast with flat Macule or patch
  2. Complications
    1. Lichenification (e.g. Atopic Dermatitis)
      1. Proliferation of Keratinocytes, Stratum Corneum
      2. Results for repeated skin rubbing

Dental Plaque (C0011389)

Definition (NCI) A biofilm that contains numerous microorganisms that adheres to the teeth.
Definition (MSH) A film that attaches to teeth, often causing DENTAL CARIES and GINGIVITIS. It is composed of MUCINS, secreted from salivary glands, and microorganisms.
Definition (CSP) film that attaches to teeth, often causing dental caries and gingivitis; composed of mucins, secreted from salivary glands, and microorganisms.
Concepts Disease or Syndrome (T047)
MSH D003773
SnomedCT 300239001, 4522001
LNC MTHU015847
English Dental Plaque, Plaque, Dental, dental plaque, DENT PLAQUE, PLAQUE DENT, Observation of tooth plaque, plaque, Dental Plaque [Disease/Finding], dental plaques, tooth plaque, Plaque, Dental plaque (finding), Finding of tooth plaque, Dental plaque formation, Tooth plaque, Dental plaque, Dental plaque (disorder), plaques; teeth, teeth; plaques, Finding of tooth plaque (finding)
Italian Placca dentaria, Placca dentale
Dutch tandplaque, plaque; tanden, tanden; plaque, tandaanslag, Plaque, tand-, Tandplaque
French Plage dentaire, Plaque dentaire
German Zahnplaque, Zahnbelag
Portuguese Cárie dental, Biofilme Dentário, Placa Bacteriana, Placa Dental, Placa dental, Placa Dentária
Spanish Sarro, placa dental - hallazgo, placa dental - hallazgo (hallazgo), Placa Bacteriana, Biofilm Dental, placa bacteriana, placa dental (trastorno), placa dental, Placa dental, Placa Dental
Swedish Plack
Japanese シコウ, 歯垢, デンタルプラーク, プラーク(歯垢), 歯苔
Czech zubní plak, Zubní plak
Finnish Hammasplakki
Russian ZUBNYE BLIASHKI, ЗУБНЫЕ БЛЯШКИ
Croatian ZUBNI PLAK
Polish Płytka bakteryjna, Płytka nazębna
Hungarian Dentalis plakk, Fog plakk
Norwegian Plakk
Sources
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)


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