Cesare Migliorati

Cesar A. Migliorati graduated from the University of Sao Paulo (USP), Brazil in 1972. He completed a Master’s Degree in Stomatology from USP in 1978, a Certificate in Oral Medicine and a Master’s Degree in Oral Biology from the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) in March of 1984. Dr. Migliorati is board certified by the American Board of Oral Medicine (ABOM). He held teaching positions at the University of Sao Paulo, University of California San Francisco, University of Florida Gainesville, and University of Zurich. He completed his PhD in HIV, antiretroviral therapy and oral candidiasis at USP in 2002. Dr. Migliorati has worked in oral medicine for the past 22 years in teaching, research and patient care. He was one of the pioneers in the diagnosis and management of oral manifestations HIV infection and AIDS and osteonecrosis of the jaw (ONJ). His work included oral inflammatory diseases and infections, oral precancer and cancer, and oral complications of cancer therapy. He serves as a member of the ABOM.

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This handbook has the goal of providing a short and objective approach to the diagnosis and management of common oral lesions and conditions likely to be encountered in the daily practice of dentistry by the general practitioner. Each of the lesions/conditions will be grouped based on their nature, inflammatory or infectious, benign or malignant, variants of normal, bony lesions, etc. The individual lesion/condition will be described based on common clinical signs and symptoms, differential diagnosis, best approach for diagnostic confirmation, and brief management strategy. One of the chapters is dedicated to oral hygiene and oral health maintenance recommendations.
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Diagnosis and Management of Oral Lesions and Conditions: A Resource Handbook for the Clinician has been produced and distributed through an educational grant from the Colgate-Palmolive Company.

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