Case 1: A 30-year-old man with a 15-packyear smoking history presented for a follow-up evaluation of an asymptomatic whitish lesion on the tongue that had not responded to … See also: leukoplakia hair·y leu·ko·pla·ki·a ( hār'ē lū'kō-plā'kē-ă ) White raised lesion seen on tongue, occasionally on buccal mucosa, in an immunocompromised host. … S: Subjective The patient notices new, white lesions on the tongue that cannot be wiped off or removed by scraping or brushing.
Within a week of initiating sirolimus therapy, she developed a painful lesion on her tongue (Figure 1) that made it difficult to eat and phonate. … Because soreness or painful lesions on the tongue can have a wide variety of causes, treatment and outlook depend upon the particular condition that is responsible. … The lesions on the tongue, usually ulcers, may be single or multiple, are usually painful, grayish-yellow, with irregular margins, firm and slightly indurated  ,  .