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27 Possible Causes for Edema of the Tongue, Oral Mucosal Disorder, Sjogren Syndrome

  • Dieffenbachia Poisoning

    . • Eugenol / Toxicity: When chewed, the juice from the leaves causes a painful edema of the oral mucous membrane, buccal ulcerations and tongue hypertrophy - severe enough[] Topical application of essential oil extracted from Caryophyllus aromaticus provides about 70% reduction of edema. ( 3 ) • Antiproliferative / Leaves: Study evaluated alcoholic[]

  • Philodendron Poisoning

    Practice Essentials According to the 2013 annual report of the American Association of Poison Control Centers' National Poison Data System, 1,950,455 single exposures to nonpharmaceuticals and pharmaceuticals were reported, of which 43,947 (2.3%) were exposures to plants. [1] Children younger than 6 years were[…][]

  • Stomatitis

    syndrome Orofacial soft tissues – Soft tissues around the mouth Actinomycosis Angioedema Basal cell carcinoma Cutaneous sinus of dental origin Cystic hygroma Gnathophyma[] Erythema and edema are the usual oral manifestations, often with ulcerations.[] mucosal disorder.[]

  • Glossitis

    Common etiologies of glossitis include bacterial, viral or fungal infection, vitamin deficiency, anemia, scarlet fever, kawasaki disease and Sjögren syndrome.[] The patient complained of increasing swelling of his tongue for years and a recent onset of perioral edema.[] mucosal pathology Diseases and disorders of tongue Categoria nascosta: Uses of Wikidata Infobox[]

  • Xerostomia

    This case report demonstrates the satisfactory control of Sjogren's syndrome using oral polyvalent immunoglobulins with vitamin D3.[] Some typical side effects are onset of erythema, edema, and pain in the oral mucosa. 41 Patients may also exhibit a dry irritated tongue with an erythematous appearance of[] Significant moistening of oral mucosal membranes and diminished xerostomia are reported during its application and 10 min after its removal. [22] Dental implant-based third-generation[]

  • Oral Submucous Fibrosis

    The fibrosis of the muscle causes stiffness of the oral mucosa with increasing difficulty in mouth opening and tongue protrusion resulting in impairment of functions like[] […] arthritis, carcinoma, migraine, and HIV infection), oral mucosal disorders (burning mouth syndrome, oral lichen planus, and recurrent aphthous stomatitis), and miscellaneous[] Occasionally presence of oral mucosal lesions such as oral submucous fibrosis (OSMF) as reported here, alters the presentation of the space infection.[]

  • Hyperglobulinemic Purpura

    Supplement 61: 139-141, 1986 Waldenstrom's hyperglobulinemic purpura and Gougerot-Sjogren syndrome.[] […] and erythema; confluent petechial/purpuric papules and plaques of the hands and feet (including the palms and soles); oral erythema and erosions; swelling of the lips and tongue[] […] are notoriously heterogeneous and may range from virtually no symptom to mild symptoms to a disease resembling factor VIII deficiency and include oral mucosal bleeding, soft[]

  • Benign Migratory Glossitis

    The autoimmune disorder known as Sjogren’s syndrome causes reduced saliva production, which in turn reduces the sense of taste.[] Keywords: diseases of the tongue; geographic tongue; lichenoid reaction; edema of the tongue; benign migratory glossitis.[] Oral indications of systemic diseases are addressed in a separate section, and mucosal indicators of drug use, sexual abuse, and eating disorders are also identified.[]

  • Fissured Tongue

    Fissuring of the tongue is seen in patients with pernicious anemia or Sjogren’s syndrome.[] We hypothesize that FT is not a congenital anomaly, and FT with swollen filiform papillae may represent edema in the subepithelial tissue of the tongue.[] In the oral mucosal disorders, tongue lesions constitute substantial proportions. Variable range of prevalence rates has been reported in the different regions.[]

  • Agenesis of Lacrimal and Salivary Glands

    This review also found a mean ageat diagnosis of 9.8 years, for Sjogrens syndrome.[] It has been reported to cause acute upper airway obstruction secondary to perforation of the mandibular gland duct, with subsequent salivary extrusion and edema of the tongue[] […] variations of oral anatomy and common oral soft tissue lesions; Oral cancer; Oral mucosal disorders; Temporomandibular disorders (TMDs); Orofacial pain syndromes; and Salivary[]

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