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1,294 Possible Causes for Lesion of the Tongue

  • Benign Migratory Glossitis

    Benign migratory glossitis or geographic tongue: An enigmatic oral lesion. Am J Med 2002;113:751-5. 2. Kovac-Kovacic M, Skaleric U.[] Symptoms include: Map-like appearance to the surface of the tongue Patches that move from day to day Smooth, red patches and sores (lesions) on the tongue Soreness and burning[] The epithelium of the tongue is affected with loss of filiform papillae leading to smooth ulcer like-lesions that rapidly change the color and size.[]

  • Tongue Disease

    These patches (lesions) give the tongue a maplike, or geographic, appearance.[] Reports of deer exhibiting lethargy, blue tongues and ulcers and lesions on the tongue and palate have been filed in portions of Oklahoma.[] Lesion of tongue Tongue atrophy Tongue hypertrophy Tongue lesion Tongue thrust disorder Tongue thrusting Clinical Information A finding indicating enlargement of the tongue[]

  • Oral Candidiasis

    I suffered from chronic mouth thrush (with creamy white lesions on my tongue and inner cheeks).[] 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[] In case you get infected with oral candidiasis, creamy white lesions will probably appear on your tongue and your inner cheeks.[]

  • Glossitis

    Painful, tender, papular lesions on the tongue were observed in a 48-year-old woman seven days after initiation of doxepin and ampicillin therapy.[] DURING the meeting of the American Dermatological Association in Chicago in 1944, I presented at the clinical session a patient of mine with lesions on the tongue which were[] Unlike glossitis due to nutritional deficiencies and anemia, the lesions of geographic tongue move around the tongue over time.[]

  • Stomatitis

    The lesions ranged from 0.5 cm to 1.5 cm, and the tongue was the main site affected.[] […] mouth may be afflicted with identical lesions, usually in addition to the tongue. [14] Apart from not being restricted to the tongue, migratory stomatitis is an identical[] Common types include: Aphthous Ulcers/Canker Sores Looks Like: Aphthous ulcers are small lesions on the inner portion of the lips, cheeks or tongue.[]

  • Median Rhomboid Glossitis

    Abstract Infection by Candida Albicans was found in all biopsies taken from ten patients presenting with midline lesions of the tongue which clinically presented as median[] Median rhomboid glossitis is an inflammatory lesion of the tongue, now believed to be secondary to candidiasis.[] Sometimes an approximating erythematous lesion is present on the palate as the tongue touches the palate frequently.[]

  • Tongue Ulcer

    Autoimmune conditions - Aphthous stomatitis is described as a separate entity of tongue and oral lesions due to their rather frequent occurrence, and studies estimate that[] Painful red lesions on the tongue are one of the classic symptoms of hand, foot and mouth disease too.[] Mary, my wife, has some lesions on her tongue that don't hurt. They are on the tip and top surface in the middle and one side.[]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    Obstruction of lower respiratory tract On examination - nonspecific respiratory lesion On examination - respiratory obstruction Partial obstruction of airway by blood Partial[] […] obstruction of airway by foreign body Partial obstruction of airway by tongue Partially obstructed airway Pendelluft Polycythemia due to cyanotic respiratory disease Prolonged[] […] respiratory system Inspiratory and expiratory partial airway obstruction Inspiratory partial airway obstruction Lower respiratory tract infection Obstruction of airway by tongue[]

  • Viral Upper Respiratory Tract Infection

    Lesions typically occur on keratinized or attached oral mucosal surfaces such as the lips, the gingiva, the lateral surfaces of the tongue, or the palate.[] Confluent lesions can give rise to large areas of ulceration.[] Lesions typically occur on non-keratinized, unattached mucosal surfaces. Both types of lesions are painful.[]

  • Vulvitis

    Merkersson-Rosenthal syndrome (MRS) is characterized by cheilitis or pareitis granulomatosa, facial palsy, and fissured tongue.[] Sometimes the forehead, eyelids and chin are involved, and occasionally genital lesions are present. A vulval lesion of MRS is named vulvitis granulomatosa.[]

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