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Oral Leukoplakia (White Patches Inside the Mouth)











Recognizing Common Lesions of The Tongue Renal transplantation has evolved as the best treatment option for patients with end-stage renal disease. Etiology With rare exceptions, an autoimmune mechanism is responsible. Clinically, it is characterized by erythematous patches or large areas, usually located on the dorsumof the tongue and palate. Oral white lesions with special reference to precancerous and tobacco-related lesions: Conclusions of an international symposium held in Uppasala, Sweden, May 18-21, 1994. We also added some pictures to help you understand the difference between various types of lesions.

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Differential diagnosis for Oral White Lesions It may be normal or less than normal. For many months now, I have an un-scrappable one cm. Case: A 62 year old male patient came with chief complaint of bald and painful tongue since one month ago. If you have spots or discoloration on your tongue, see your doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment. To be sure of the diagnosis it is desirable to find evidence of more typical lichen planus elsewhere, either on the skin, the buccal mucosa or in the form of desquamative gingivitis. Blood smear may show more than 50% lymphocytes, of which about 10% are atypical.

Differential Diagnoses of Red Lesions Tongue discoloration is also caused by foods berries , coffee, tea, and tobacco. Independent studies suggest that rigorous monitoring for 2-3 years, after the initial oral leukoplakia diagnosis, may be important for studying malignancy-related developments. Often diagnosed in the tobacco users, it appears that tobacco and the range of chemicals within it act as a major irritant to the moral mucosa. The results were analyzed by the Mann-Whitney U test. Thrush, like hairy leukoplakia, indicates a weak immune system optimum for harboring viral infections. The etiopathogenesis is poorly understood.

Lesions on Tongue: Causes of Spots, Bumps, Swelling, Discoloration and Other Issues of the Tongue White patches on sides of your tongue may be caused by a condition called linea alba linguae. A lesion will resolve in one area and appear in other areas migrate. The exact cause of this disorder is unknown but some possible causes may be stress, smoking, tongue irritation by acidic or sour food, gastrointestinal issues pyrosis, constipation, nausea and menstruation. The cause is unknown, and some disorders Melkersson-Rosenthal syndrome, Granulomatous cheilitis, Down syndrome, Geographic tongue, psoriasis, etc. The red color of the lesions may be due to thin epithelium, inflammation, dilatation of blood vessels or increased numbers of blood vessels, and extravasation of blood into the oral soft tissues. Furthermore, oral lichen planus is extremely rare in childhood with very few cases cited in the literature.

Whitish Papules and Plaques on the Tongue The diagnosis is made on the basis of clinical criteria. There were no lesions on the palate, the inner aspect of the cheeks, or the lips. Often, signs of inflammation are noted in the area of the hard or soft palate where the tongue rests against the palate. These results indicate that biopsy is indispensable in clinically diagnosed oral leukoplakia arising on the tongue and that biopsy seems to be necessary in atypical lesions clinically diagnosed as oral lichen planus. Clinical features Clinically, both freeand attached gingiva are bright red and edematous, with a loss ofnormal stippling. The absence of outer epithelial lining, reveal the underlying blood vessels making these lesions appear red-colored. Speckled leukoplakia is a rare type of leukoplakia with a very high risk of premalignant growth.

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Differential diagnosis for Oral White Lesions Dehydration Not drinking enough liquids may also cause spots on your tongue. Clinical features It presents as erythema and edema of the marginal and attached gingiva. The lesion is white, rough, asymptomatic, and leathery appearing and contains numerous red dots or macules. Cicatricial pemphigoid and lichen planus are the most common diseases related to desquamative gingivitis. A guideline was prepared prior to the specimen collection to minimize the pain and any complication due to the even though minor surgical procedure.

Differential Diagnoses of Red Lesions Hi Doctor, I have soft white patches on both sides of my entire cheeks All places. Tongue cancer Tongue cancer is the most serious cause of spots and lesions on your tongue. Rapid turnover rates and regenerative abilities compensate for the absence of keratinization. Inflammed grooves in tongue e. The major ones are very large and deep ulcers, which heal with a scar in about 6 to 10 weeks.

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Differential diagnosis for Oral White Lesions If vitamin or mineral deficiencies are the cause of the spots on the tongue in particular vitamins B12, folic acid and iron deficiency , make sure you eat plenty of foods containing these vitamins and minerals. Five patients were not willing to do the test. A detailed clinical examination including general examination, examination of oral cavity and extra oral tissues was the second part. Unlike oral leukoplakia lesions, thrush presents creamy, painful patches that bleed upon scraping. Lesions appear as red patches surrounded by elevated, thin, white-to-yellow borders Figure 1 and Figure 2. Nodules and spiderlike lesions may also be seen.

White Lesions in the Oral Cavity: A Clinicopathological Study from a Tertiary Care Dermatology Centre in Kerala, India However, the patient should be encouraged to stop smoking, and the oral mucosa should be evaluated periodically. Intra oral examination showed a firm, rough, non scrapable white plaque lesion with a size of 1 x 1. Some foods, such as berries or foods containing artificial dyes, may also cause tongue discoloration or lesions. On occasion, candidiasis also may coexist with geographic tongue. The facial surface is more frequently affected than the lingual gingiva. It may be acute or chronic.

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Oral Leukoplakia (White Patches Inside the Mouth)











Recognizing Common Lesions of The Tongue

Renal transplantation has evolved as the best treatment option for patients with end-stage renal disease. Etiology With rare exceptions, an autoimmune mechanism is responsible. Clinically, it is characterized by erythematous patches or large areas, usually located on the dorsumof the tongue and palate. Oral white lesions with special reference to precancerous and tobacco-related lesions: Conclusions of an international symposium held in Uppasala, Sweden, May 18-21, 1994. We also added some pictures to help you understand the difference between various types of lesions.

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Differential diagnosis for Oral White Lesions

It may be normal or less than normal. For many months now, I have an un-scrappable one cm. Case: A 62 year old male patient came with chief complaint of bald and painful tongue since one month ago. If you have spots or discoloration on your tongue, see your doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment. To be sure of the diagnosis it is desirable to find evidence of more typical lichen planus elsewhere, either on the skin, the buccal mucosa or in the form of desquamative gingivitis. Blood smear may show more than 50% lymphocytes, of which about 10% are atypical.

Advertisement

Differential Diagnoses of Red Lesions

Tongue discoloration is also caused by foods berries , coffee, tea, and tobacco. Independent studies suggest that rigorous monitoring for 2-3 years, after the initial oral leukoplakia diagnosis, may be important for studying malignancy-related developments. Often diagnosed in the tobacco users, it appears that tobacco and the range of chemicals within it act as a major irritant to the moral mucosa. The results were analyzed by the Mann-Whitney U test. Thrush, like hairy leukoplakia, indicates a weak immune system optimum for harboring viral infections. The etiopathogenesis is poorly understood.

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Lesions on Tongue: Causes of Spots, Bumps, Swelling, Discoloration and Other Issues of the Tongue

White patches on sides of your tongue may be caused by a condition called linea alba linguae. A lesion will resolve in one area and appear in other areas migrate. The exact cause of this disorder is unknown but some possible causes may be stress, smoking, tongue irritation by acidic or sour food, gastrointestinal issues pyrosis, constipation, nausea and menstruation. The cause is unknown, and some disorders Melkersson-Rosenthal syndrome, Granulomatous cheilitis, Down syndrome, Geographic tongue, psoriasis, etc. The red color of the lesions may be due to thin epithelium, inflammation, dilatation of blood vessels or increased numbers of blood vessels, and extravasation of blood into the oral soft tissues. Furthermore, oral lichen planus is extremely rare in childhood with very few cases cited in the literature.

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Whitish Papules and Plaques on the Tongue

The diagnosis is made on the basis of clinical criteria. There were no lesions on the palate, the inner aspect of the cheeks, or the lips. Often, signs of inflammation are noted in the area of the hard or soft palate where the tongue rests against the palate. These results indicate that biopsy is indispensable in clinically diagnosed oral leukoplakia arising on the tongue and that biopsy seems to be necessary in atypical lesions clinically diagnosed as oral lichen planus. Clinical features Clinically, both freeand attached gingiva are bright red and edematous, with a loss ofnormal stippling. The absence of outer epithelial lining, reveal the underlying blood vessels making these lesions appear red-colored. Speckled leukoplakia is a rare type of leukoplakia with a very high risk of premalignant growth.

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Differential diagnosis for Oral White Lesions

Dehydration Not drinking enough liquids may also cause spots on your tongue. Clinical features It presents as erythema and edema of the marginal and attached gingiva. The lesion is white, rough, asymptomatic, and leathery appearing and contains numerous red dots or macules. Cicatricial pemphigoid and lichen planus are the most common diseases related to desquamative gingivitis. A guideline was prepared prior to the specimen collection to minimize the pain and any complication due to the even though minor surgical procedure.

Advertisement

Differential Diagnoses of Red Lesions

Hi Doctor, I have soft white patches on both sides of my entire cheeks All places. Tongue cancer Tongue cancer is the most serious cause of spots and lesions on your tongue. Rapid turnover rates and regenerative abilities compensate for the absence of keratinization. Inflammed grooves in tongue e. The major ones are very large and deep ulcers, which heal with a scar in about 6 to 10 weeks.

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Differential diagnosis for Oral White Lesions

If vitamin or mineral deficiencies are the cause of the spots on the tongue in particular vitamins B12, folic acid and iron deficiency , make sure you eat plenty of foods containing these vitamins and minerals. Five patients were not willing to do the test. A detailed clinical examination including general examination, examination of oral cavity and extra oral tissues was the second part. Unlike oral leukoplakia lesions, thrush presents creamy, painful patches that bleed upon scraping. Lesions appear as red patches surrounded by elevated, thin, white-to-yellow borders Figure 1 and Figure 2. Nodules and spiderlike lesions may also be seen.

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White Lesions in the Oral Cavity: A Clinicopathological Study from a Tertiary Care Dermatology Centre in Kerala, India

However, the patient should be encouraged to stop smoking, and the oral mucosa should be evaluated periodically. Intra oral examination showed a firm, rough, non scrapable white plaque lesion with a size of 1 x 1. Some foods, such as berries or foods containing artificial dyes, may also cause tongue discoloration or lesions. On occasion, candidiasis also may coexist with geographic tongue. The facial surface is more frequently affected than the lingual gingiva. It may be acute or chronic.

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