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16 Possible Causes for Candida Pharyngitis, Lesion of the Tongue

  • Xerostomia

    • Mucositis • Oral lesions • Pain • Periodontal disease • Redness of the tongue • Taste alteration • Tooth sensitivity Causes of xerostomia Cancer Treatment • Chemotherapy[] Food sticks to mucosa • Oral health problems / Tissue alterations • Angular chellitis (corner of lips) • Candidiasis • Caries • Halitosis • Loss of filiform papillae on tongue[]

  • Stomatitis

    The lesions ranged from 0.5 cm to 1.5 cm, and the tongue was the main site affected.[] Infections may require specific treatment such as antibiotics for streptococcal pharyngitis, topical antifungal or oral antifungal agent for candida infection.[] […] mouth may be afflicted with identical lesions, usually in addition to the tongue.[]

  • Sjogren's Syndrome

    With this infection, white lesions coat the inside of your mouth and tongue.[] Look for corneal lesions and gently pull down the lower eyelid to assess the tear pool. There may be blepharitis.[] The mouth may look dry and a wooden tongue depressor may stick to the tongue. There may be evidence of infection including oral candidiasis and dental caries.[]

  • Chronic Mucocutaneous Candidiasis

    The tongue was the most common site affected. Histologically, no obvious distinction was found between CMC and other forms of candidal infection.[] The clinical and histological findings, etiological Candida species, immunological evaluation, and therapeutic pattern of oral lesions, were analyzed.[] Long-standing whitish hyperplastic and nodule-like lesions with exaggerated deep fissure were the typical and characteristic oral manifestations presented by all patients.[]

  • Primary HIV Infection

    The signs and symptoms of some of these infections may include: Soaking night sweats Recurring fever Chronic diarrhea Persistent white spots or unusual lesions on your tongue[]

  • Oral Candidiasis

    I suffered from chronic mouth thrush (with creamy white lesions on my tongue and inner cheeks).[] If the ætiology is unclear, culture of Candida from the saliva (using a swab or oral rinse), a smear for fungal hyphæ or a blood test may be helpful management.[] Signs and symptoms may develop suddenly, but they may persist for a long time and can include: Creamy, white lesions on your tongue, inner cheeks and sometimes on the roof[]

  • Urticaria

    The lesions are variable in size and shape and may be associated with swelling of the soft tissues of the eyelids, lips and tongue (angio-oedema).[] : candida 12.[] Red flags The following findings are of particular concern: Angioedema (swelling of the face, lips, or tongue) Stridor, wheezing, or other respiratory distress Hyperpigmented[]

  • Candida Esophagitis

    The symptoms of oral thrush include: creamy white patches on the inside of the cheeks and on surface of the tongue white lesions on the roof of your mouth, tonsils, and gums[] PPI-induced elimination of the gastric acid barrier is a major mechanism leading to oro-pharyngeal and esophageal candida colonization, while PPI-induced impairment of absorption[] You may find a heavily coated tongue, whitish generally, and cracking around the corners of the mouth, a condition called angular stomatitis.[]

  • Tonsillar Lymphoepithelioma

    Aka: Thrush Oral Candidiasis Candida Albicans Pharyngitis Epidemiology: Common in infants especially Breast fed; Risk Factors: Adults with Thrush immune system but can How[] […] with extension to anterior tongue and vallecula  extensive surgery with total glossectomy and laryngectomy in addition to the block dissection 14.[] […] and its pathogenesis remains incompletely elucidated. 1,2 The cyst commonly occurs on the floor of the mouth followed by ventral and posterolateral surface of the tongue.[]

  • Herpes Esophagitis

    Esophagogastroduodenoscopy is the essential for making the proper diagnosis for a patient with esophageal dysphagia or odynophagia without pharyngeal lesions.[] Punch biopsies of lesional and perilesional skin from the scalp were obtained for histopathologic confirmation and immunofluorescence.[] Although infectious esophagitis is uncommonly seen in immunocompetent patients, both herpes simplex virus and candida can cause esophagitis in individuals without immune deficiencies[]

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