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aphtha

[‚af·thə]
(medicine)
White, painful oral ulcer of unknown cause.
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No statistically significant difference was found in other clinical findings (oral aphthae, genital ulcer, ocular involvement, erythema nodosum/papulopustular rash, neurological involvement, and positivity test) (p > 0.05).
Aphthae is a clinical diagnosis that should be included in the differential of genital ulcers in the setting of febrile syndromes.
Ma, "A clinical study of efficacy of propolis treatment for recurrent oral aphthae," Capital Medicine, vol.
Systemic involvement signs of BD were oral aphthae (n=21), genital ulcer (n=20), uveitis (n=12), arthritis (n=16), skin involvement (n=7), deep venous thrombosis (DVT) (n=4), gastrointestinal system (GIS) involvement (n=3), and epididymitis (n=1) (Table 1).
Borax: If you find painful aphthae with vesicles around the mouth or on any mucous membrane surface in the mouth, think of this remedy.
[7-9] Mouth ulcers of oral or oropharyngeal malignancies were treated as aphthae by general practitioners from outside for a prolonged duration before being referred to our tertiary center or before attempting a biopsy.
In immunocompetent patients, secondary syphilis is characterized by fever, malaise, lymphadenopathy, moth-eaten alopecia, focal neurologic findings, condyloma lata, mucocutaneous aphthae, and a generalized papulosquamous eruption.
Soft tissue lesions like herpes, aphthae, removable denture ulcers, cuts, cheilitis, candidiasis, cysts and traumatic wounds can be treated with either Ozonated water or oils.
SCULLY C., 34 - APHTHAE (RECURRENT APHTHOUS STOMATITIS), IN ORAL AND MAXIL- LOFACIAL MEDICINE (THIRD EDITION), C.
Corsodyl is intended for prevention and treatment of oral complaints such as gingivitis, aphthae or periodontitis and it also maintains oral hygiene.
Foot--and--mouth disease or hoof--and--mouth disease (Aphthae epizooticae) is an infectious and sometimes fatal viral disease that affects cloven--hoofed animals, including domestic and wild bovid.