aphtha

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aphtha

[‚af·thə]
(medicine)
White, painful oral ulcer of unknown cause.
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Aphthae are uncommon and underrecognized on the vulva, and genital aphthae are usually much larger than oral aphthae.
Coeliac disease associ- ated with recurrent aphthae.
Aphthae (canker sores) are extremely common painful lesions in the mouths of adults but seldom appear on adult genitalia.
Major aphthae are deeper, can take several weeks to heal and can scar the infected site.
2,7,8] The most frequently noted oral lesions are aphthae, which are found in 10 to 20% of cases.
You can have oral and genital aphthae at the same time and not have Behcet's disease," he cautioned.
Behcet's disease (BD) is a chronic, multi-systemic vasculitis, characterized by a triad of recurrent aphthous stomatitis, genital aphthae, and uveitis.
Other noninfectious dermatoses seen were ichthyosis, aphthae and pruritus in 2.
Behcet's disease (BD) was first described by the Turkish dermatologist Hulusi Behcet as a three- symptom complex comprising uveitis, oral aphthae, and genital ulcerations (I).
On * Allergy * Gastroscopy, dental examination, tiny Obstructed salivary x-ray, head CT, neck nonsensitive aphthae glands * STD * CT, upper abdomen US are found over the Thiamine deficiency * frenulum of his Glossitis * Pemphigus * Swab for candida tongue.
In the present case, when the patient stopped etanercept treatment, there were increases in the frequencies of oral aphthae and erythema nodosum related to BD together with the emergence of uveitis.
Rehmannia glutinosa is an important traditional herb in China and barefoot doctors of Henan province always apply local fresh herb in the therapy of aphthae and erosion from breast carcinoma.