aphthous


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Related to aphthous: aphthae, aphthous stomatitis
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aphthous

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Farsam, "Comparative study of Zataria multiflora and Anthemis nobelis extracts with Myrthus communis preparation in the treatment of recurrent aphthous stomatitis," Daru, vol.
It is different from an aphthous or stress ulcer that comes and goes and affects different parts of the mouth.
Tonsillar hypertrophy was the most common oral manifestation, followed by candidiasis, stomatitis and aphthous ulcers.
Most common forms of clinical presentation are recurrent oral and genital aphthous ulceration, uveitis and erythema nodosum (1).
In 8 patients of rectal TB the following prcotoscopic findings were observed-tight stricture (7), nodularity with ulceration (6), and multiple aphthous ulcers (1) (8).
Background: The pathophysiology of recurrent aphthous stomatitis or aphthous ulcers remains obscure but malnutrition is one of its contributory factors.
Some studies investigated the effect of licorice on controlling pain and reducing healing time in aphthous ulcers also known as canker sores.
Oral recurrent ulceration: Acute mouth lesions are improved by direct application in gel form on herpetic viral lesions or aphthous ulcers.
Identification of recurrent aphthous stomatitis as a risk factor, which etiology is difficult to establish even after repeated studies, should seriously alert doctors, who conduct dispensary care and monitoring of HIV-infected child.
Endoscopy revealed inflammation, granulomatous appearance, and multiple areas of aphthous ulcers throughout the small intestine, most notably in the terminal ileum.
The syndrome is called periodic fever associated with aphthous stomatitis, pharyngitis and cervical adenitis -- or PFAPA -- and is characterized by monthly flare-ups of fever, accompanied by sore throat, swollen glands and mouth lesions.
There was a small aphthous ulcer on her upper palate.