Silvia Timková, Martina Kyjovská-Čičvaková, Eugen Ďurovič
The authors describe the erythropoietin as a single red lesion, which has a malignant potential in a high percentage of cases. They indicate in the scorecard that according to the oral health assessment, there are 0.1-11.8% in different countries.
The authors describe the clinical picture of erythropoiesis and indicate that we observe it in three clinical forms. These are homogeneous erythropoiesis, erythropoiesis with scattered leukoplakia clusters, and granular or spotty erythropoiesis.
Such division is descriptive, but at present transitions are supported by morphological findings, histological, histochemical and cytological examinations.
Therefore, erythropoiesis should be considered under the leukoplakia type and, accordingly, in the oral cavity, the lesions are considered leukoplakia, leukoerytroplakia, erytroleukoplaia and submucosal fibrosis in precancerous conditions.