Jerry Elmer Bouquot

Jerry Elmer Bouquot
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston · Department of Diagnostic and Biomedical Sciences

DDS, MSD, FAAOMP, DABOMP, DABOM(Hon) FICD, FACD, FADI, FRSM/UK

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Introduction
Dr. J. E. Bouquot was a Chair for 26 years (2 dental schools) & has: 1) received 50+ honors/ awards; 2) been Director of 3 biopsy services; 3) 320+ published papers/ abstracts/books/book chapters (including co-authorship of the most popular oral path textbook); 4) named 36+ oral diseases; 5) presented 1,700+ research/continuing education seminars in 30 countries and 50 states; 5) developed the 2 most popular oral pathology websites, together getting almost 6,500,000 hits annually.
Additional affiliations
January 2012 - present
January 2007 - present
January 2006 - December 2012
University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Education
March 1975 - October 1975
Royal College of Dentistry
Field of study
  • Oral & maxillofacial pathology
April 1974 - March 1975
Mayo Clinic - Rochester
Field of study
  • Bone pathology
June 1971 - June 1974
University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Field of study
  • Oral & maxillofacial pathology

Publications

Publications (253)
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This hyperplinked Power Point handout reviews the very unique features of jawbones, with numerous examples.
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A case report of bilateral retromolar masses microscopically resembling retrocuspid papillae. We call the new lesions retromolar papillae.
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A parasitic worm that moves around beneath the oral mucosa, eating squamous epithelial cells
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A previously unreported lesion is reported, consisting of immature bone in soft tissues above the jawbone periosteum. A differential diagnosis is discussed
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This is the first report of parotid tissue choristomas within and adjacent to the TMJ ligaments
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This presents numerous previously unreported oral lesions arising from topical and inhaled use of cocaine and crack.
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This is a case report of the largest cyst of the nasopalatine papilla, extending into the canal.
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A massive example of a previously unreported salivary choristoma of the TMJ ligaments -- 23 separate glands in one patient (both joints).
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12 separate and distinct Pindborg tumors are reported from both jaws in one individual.
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This is a case report of an extremely rare phenomenon: 4 squamous carcinomas occuring syndronously in one patient.
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This Power Point module provides a review of the painful ischemic jawbone disease, NICO (Neuralgia-Inducing Cavitational Osteonecrosis). It presents pertinent facts from the past 3 and a half decades from the person who first presented it to the dental profession. It is designed to be understood by general dentists and specialists alike.
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This is a clear case of the need for multiple specialist to diagnose and treat Linear IgA disease.
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This case report presents a bilateral example of retromolar pad masses appearing histopathologically just like the retrocuspid papillae. It discusses the distinction between this and giant cell fibroma
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Introduction Fewer than 5 cysts of the incisive (nasopalatine) papilla have been reported, none has alter underlying bone and none was larger than <0.6 cm. Objective To report the largest incisive papilla cyst, with partial bony involvement. Clinical/radiographic findings: A 47 year old woman presented with a 1.8 cm., tender, sessile midline mass...
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Introduction Salivary gland choristomas of the soft tissues of the TMJs, independent of adjacent parotid glands, have not been previously reported. Objective To report a massive example of serous gland heterotopia of the TMJ soft tissues. Methods and Msaterials. 116 consecutive TMJ surgical samples from 57 subjects were microscopically reviewed fo...
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Introduction Calcifying epithelial odontogenic tumor (CEOT, Pindborg tumor) is a rare benign, locally aggressive neoplasm of the jaws that accounts for approximately 1% of all odontogenic tumors. The CEOT was first defined by Pindborg in 1955 and has been reported approximately 350 times in the literature; 7 of these reported multiple, synchronous...
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Background Focal Osteoporotic Marrow Defects (FOMD) presents as a localized, asymptomatic, poorly-demarcated radiolucency, considered by some as a variant of normal marrow architecture. The cause of this lesion is unknown but recent examples of ischemiarelated regional osteoporosis in long bones suggest an anoxic or ischemic origin. Objective To d...
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Objective: Xerostomia is one of the most common sequelae of head/neck cancer radiation therapy and few effective modalities exist for its treatment. It has been suggested in the literature that photobiomodulation (PBM) of the damaged salivary glands may induce new cellular growth and consequently increase salivary gland secretion. The objective of...
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Objective To compare the oral health status and oral health-related quality of life (OHRQoL) in symptomatic and asymptomatic patients with human T-cell leukemia virus-1 (HTLV-1).Material and methodsThis cross-sectional study included 204 seropositive patients, classified into two groups, symptomatic and asymptomatic. The first group included patien...
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Reference: Bouquot JE. Response to letter to the editor. J Oral Maxillofac Surg. 2021 Oct 14:S0278-2391(21)01108-3. doi: 10.1016/j.joms.2021.08.270. Online ahead of print. PMID: 34656514. (letter to the editor) Background: We published a case of one male with 13 Pindborg tumors (CEOT), and Drs. Ide, et al. objected, saying that they were actually...
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This is a case report of ISAK (Idiopathic Subcortical Acantholytic Keratosis) an entity reported only once before. It presents as a hyperkeratotitic plaque that, after a few days, peels away from the underlying epithelium to reveal a clinically normal mucosa. It is similar to that seen with whitening toothpastes but has no known cause.
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We present 14 oral lesions resulting from oral and smoked use of cocaine and crack; these have not preveiously been reported.
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Reference: Bouquot JE. When systematic reviews are NOT done by experts. Oral Diseases, 2021 Jul 21. doi: 10.1111/odi.13970. Online ahead of print. When Systematic Reviews are Not Done by Experts Jerry E. Bouquot DDS, MSD, DABOMP, DABOM Professor Emeritus & Past Chair, University of Texas School of Dentistry, Houston, Texas, USA Systematic review...
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Background Calcifying epithelial odontogenic tumor (CEOT, Pindborg tumor) is a rare, benign, locally aggressive neoplasm of the jaws that accounts for approximately 1% of all odontogenic tumors. It was first defined by Pindborg in 1955 and has been reported approximately 350 times in the literature; 7 reported multiple (up to 4) synchronous lesions...
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Oral cavity cancer has a low 5-y survival rate, but outcomes improve when the disease is detected early. Cytology is a less invasive method to assess oral potentially malignant disorders relative to the gold-standard scalpel biopsy and histopathology. In this report, we aimed to determine the utility of cytological signatures, including nuclear F-a...
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Case of the month: This is the largest cyst of the incisive papilla thus far reported. It is presented with radiographs, cone beam CT images and histopathology.
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Objective: The investigation was conducted to better characterize the clinical, radiographic, and histopathologic features of cemental tears from a review of 21 cases. Study design: This was a retrospective review of consecutive cases collected from patient records of the investigators. Results: Twenty-one cases were identified during an 8-yea...
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Cemental tear is considered to be rare, with few case reports and no large series published. Objective To investigate and characterize the disease from a review of 21 new cases. Methods This was a retrospective review of consecutive cases collected from patient panels of the investigators. Results Twenty-one cases were identified during a 6 year...
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Objective To present 5 new cases of a lesion reported fewer than 20 times in the literature, under a dozen different names, and to recommend the most appropriate name. Methods 5 new SPF cases are clinically and microscopically characterized, with a literature review. Findings 5 cases (3F & 2M) presented in patients 20-39 years of age. All present...
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Inhaltsverzeichnis Band III Einleitung 1. Einführung zu Band III  Von Erklärungsmodellen über wissenschaftliche Evaluation zur „Allgemeinen Anerkennung“  Hilferufe von Patienten mit Gesichtsschmerzen  FDOK oder NICO ist „Einzelerfindung“ des Autors  Ärztliche Ethik zwischen Therapieerfolg und Kostenerstattung 1.1 Krankheit systemisch be...
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A review of a rare developmental fibrosis of the hard palate, symmetrically.
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Objective To present 5 cases of symmetrical palatal fibromatosis (SPF), a lesion reported very rarely in the English language literature, under more than a dozen different names, and to recommend the most appropriate name. Methods 5 SPF cases are characterized with a literature review. Results 3 females and 2 males, aged 20‐39 years, presented wi...
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The is a report of an odd and apparently rare developmental anomaly involving bilateral fibrous hyperplasia.
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Unlabelled: Despite significant advances in surgical procedures and treatment, long-term prognosis for patients with oral cancer remains poor, with survival rates among the lowest of major cancers. Better methods are desperately needed to identify potential malignancies early when treatments are more effective. Objective: To develop robust class...
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Objective. To evaluate for stromal marrow disease (SMD) in mandibles from a cohort of mandibles from cadavers representing elderly patients with extended terminal hospitalization and potential ischemic conditions. Methods & Materials. Mandibles were removed from medical school cadavers with causes of death from: cancer, heart attack disease, stroke...
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Background: This is the first report of "degloving" of almost all cementum from a root at the time of extraction. It presented as a nonhealing socket mimicking MRONJ. Chief Complaint: A 60 y/o woman had apparent bone exposure in an unhealed but painless socket of #22, extracted a year earlier. She also had cortical expansion & Class III mobility of...
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The jaws are the most unique bones of the human skeleton. This is a brief review of 19 characteristics that make them unique, compiled by an oral pathologist with a Bone Pathology Fellowship (Mayo Clinic) and a lifelong interest in bone disorders.
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This hyperlinked Power Point handout is essentially an atlas of oral mucosal and jawbone and dental lesions, presented in a differential diagnosis format, i.e. according to clinical similarities.
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This hyperlinked Power Point handout presents definitions of terms used in chronic ischemic bone disease, as well as textbook and other references, often with direct quotes pertaining to specific ischemic bone changes.
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This hyperlinked Power Point handout proposes a new microscopic classification system, based on the review of >12,000 samples of ischemic and inflammatory jawbone cases.
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This hyperlinked Power Point handout reviews a proposed histopathologic classification system of ischemic bone diseases of the jaws.
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This hyperlinked Power Point handout reviews the microscopic features of ischemic and inflammatory pulp diseases.
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This hyperlinked Power Point handout reviews the jawbone tori and exostoses, including reactive exostosis.
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This is hyperlinked Power Point review of jawbone osteomyelitis, especially the chronic variants.
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This hyperlinked Power Point handout reviews clinical and radiographic features of jawbones affected by chronic ischemic bone disease or chronic inflammation.
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This hyperlinked Power Point handout reviews ischemic marrow and bone changes in osteopenia and osteoporosis of the jaws, including focal osteoporotic marrow defect..
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This hyperlinked Power Point handout reviews ischemic bone changes in chronic ischemic bone disease, excluding those associated with bony voids or cavitations.
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The hyperlinked Power Point handout reviews the characteristics of bone with voids in cancellous spaces, i.e. ischemic bone cavitation in chronic ischemic bone disease.
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This hyperlinked Power Point handout reviews the nonvascular stromal changes in ischemically damaged marrow, i.e. in chronic ischemic bone disease.
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The hyperlinked Power Point handout reviews ischemic and other vascular changes in bone marrow.
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This hyperlinked Power Point handout reviews the basic gross and microscopic features of normal bone.
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A Power Point review of the earliest literature and authors in the dental specialties of Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology and Oral Medicine.
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This is a Power Point review of the largest oral disease prevalence study in the US. All lesions were diagnosed by oral pathologists. Lesions are presented by prevalence rank and clinical similarity (for differential diagnosis). A total of 510 copyright-free clinical photos are included, along with very brief lesion descriptions. All 53 different l...
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This Power Point presentation provides clinical photos of more than 500 oral lesions found in patient of a dental school's Urgent Care Clinic, including tattoos and oral/facial body piercings.
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Abstract: Die Diskussion zeigt, dass eine Erweiterung von Band I „Kavitätenbildende Osteolysen des Kieferknochens - Systemisch-ganzheitliche Wirkungen der aseptischen Osteonekrosen „Kieferostitis“ und „NICO“ im Kiefer - Dokumentation und Einführung in eine immunbiologisch und kieferchirurgisch erweiterte Therapie chronischer Krankheiten“ aus 2011 n...
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Interobserver agreement in the context of oral epithelial dysplasia (OED) grading has been notoriously unreliable and can impose barriers for developing new molecular markers and diagnostic technologies. This paper aimed to report the details of a 3-stage histopathology review and adjudication process with the goal of achieving a consensus histopat...
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MANDIBULAR PATTERNS OF CHRONIC ISCHEMIC BONE DISEASE (CIBD) – ASSESSMENT OF A HIGH RISK CADAVER COHORT J. E Bouquot DDS, MSD, W. E. Shankland DDS, MS. The Maxillofacial Center for Education & Research, Morgantown, WV; The Facial Pain Clinic, Columbus, OH Background: IBD has a well-established, uniquely varied histopathologic, imaging and anatomic...
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Objective: To present the 2nd patient ever reported with numerous cemental tears, including the first report of an embedded “degloved” apical cementum fragment. Clinical Presentation: A 60 y/o woman had apparent bone exposure in an unhealed but painless socket of #22, extracted a year earlier. She also had cortical expansion & Class III mobility of...
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A collection of numerous Power Point presentations, all copyright free (total >3,600 photos), including Dr. Bouquot's meeting presentations, poster and abstracts. This collection is, by far, the most popular of oral pathology teaching files available today. The Word document lists files/folders and provides the Dropbox link to the site.
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Eponyms are used almost daily in the clinical practice of dermatology. And yet, information about the person behind the eponyms is difficult to find. Indeed, who is? What is this person’s nationality? Is this person alive or dead? How can one find the paper in which this person first described the disease? Eponyms are used to describe not only dise...
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Central giant cell granulomas (CGCG) of the jaws are known as being nonaggressive lesions. They most commonly present incidentally as unilocular radiolucency in the mandible. However, some present with pain and perforation of the cortical bony plate.3 We present a case of a CGCG referred for endodontic evaluation when the patient presented with pai...

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