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Human Oral Mucosa

Development, Structure And Function

Human Oral Mucosa - Squier, Christopher; Brogden, Kim - ISBN: 9780813814865
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Genre: Kaakchirurgie en mondziekten
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Beschrijving

Human Oral Mucosa: Development, Structure And Function Is A New Text That Reflects The Considerable Increase In Knowledge Of Oral Mucosa That Has Occurred In Recent Years. Our Understanding Of The Structure Of Oral Mucosa Is Now Established At A Molecular Rather Than A Tissue Or Cellular Level.

Details

Titel: Human Oral Mucosa
auteur: Squier, Christopher; Brogden, Kim
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Gebonden
Taal: Engels
Druk: 1
Aantal pagina's: 168
Uitgever: Iowa State University Press
Plaats van publicatie: 03
NUR: Kaakchirurgie en mondziekten
Afmetingen: 231 x 160 x 16
Gewicht: 452 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9780813814865
Intern nummer: 17724691

Inhoudsopgave

Preface.

1 The functions of oral mucosa.

1.1 Oral mucosa: What is it and what does it do?

1.2 Functions of the oral mucosa.

References.

2 The organization of oral mucosa.

2.1 Clinical features.

2.2 Component tissues and glands.

References.

3 Oral epithelium.

3.1 Histological structure of oral epithelium.

3.2 Epithelial proliferation and turnover.

3.3 Molecular and cellular organization of oral epithelium.

3.4 Non-keratinocytes in the oral epithelium.

References.

4 The interface between epithelium and connective tissue.

4.1 Organization of the normal interface.

4.2 Immune-mediated subepithelial blistering diseases (IMSEBDS).

References.

5 Connective tissue.

5.1 Lamina propria.

5.2 Blood supply.

5.3 Nerve supply.

References.

6 Regional differences in the oral mucosa.

6.1 Structural variations in different regions.

6.2 Junctions in the oral mucosa.

References.

7 Development and aging of the oral mucosa.

7.1 Developmental stages of oral mucosa.

7.2 The control of mucosal development: epithelial-mesenchymal interaction.

7.3 Aging.

References.

8 Barrier functions of oral mucosa.

8.1 The permeability barrier.

8.2 Immunologic barrier function of oral mucosa.

References.

9 Homologies in structure and function among mucosae: oral, esophageal, and vaginal mucosa.

9.1 Esophagus.

9.2 Vagina.

9.3 Organization of the tissues of esophagus and vagina.

9.4 Non-keratinocytes in esophageal and vaginal mucosa.

9.5 Infl ammatory cells.

References.

Index.

Biografie (woord)

Christopher Squier has an international reputation for his research on the structure and function of oral mucosa, being the author or co–author of 200 books, chapters or peer–reviewed articles. He has received the Distinguished Scientist Award in Oral Biology from the International Association for Dental Research.

Kim Brogden is a professor in the Department of Periodontics and the Dows Institute for Dental Research at the University of Iowa. His work on innate immunity in mucosal diseases including oral mucosa is recognized worldwide and he is the author of over 155 books, chapters or peer reviewed publications.

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