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Oral Lesions

Oral Lesions is an app that helps dentists and dentistry student to better understand observations of several oral pathology

Oral Lesions is an app that helps dentists and dentistry student to better understand observations of several oral pathology

Oral Lesions

by Felipe Coutinho
Oral Lesions
Oral Lesions
Oral Lesions

What is it about?

Oral Lesions is an app that helps dentists and dentistry student to better understand observations of several oral pathology. It was idealized and developed by professors of Federal University of Paraíba (UFPB-Brazil) and by a startup company (Mooenda). Has clinical, microscopical and radiographical photos, with descriptions and differencial diagnosis of most common oral pathology conditions.

Oral Lesions

App Details

Version
1.1.0
Rating
NA
Size
84Mb
Genre
Medical Education
Last updated
October 9, 2014
Release date
May 29, 2014
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App Store Description

Oral Lesions is an app that helps dentists and dentistry student to better understand observations of several oral pathology. It was idealized and developed by professors of Federal University of Paraíba (UFPB-Brazil) and by a startup company (Mooenda). Has clinical, microscopical and radiographical photos, with descriptions and differencial diagnosis of most common oral pathology conditions.

Features:
- Search for oral pathology conditions by clinical observations: bullous or vesicular; macular; nodular; plaque; tumoral and ulcerative.
- Save bookmarks.
- Access content anywhere after downloaded.
- 36 of the main oral pathologies

This app is not designed to be used as the only method to make diagnosis of oral lesions. It should be used as a complementary source of knowledge. The professional or student user, must apply the knowledge learned on an academic training and based on scientific evidence to make the diagnosis. The Oral Lesions APP user, that has any oral lesion, must consult with an oral pathologist.