Sook Bin Woo; Greenberg, Martin S.
September 2008
Burket's Oral Medicine, Diagnosis & Treatment;2008, p41
Book Chapter
Chapter 3 of the book "Burket's Oral Medicine" is presented. It discusses the symptoms and the diagnosis of acute multiple and oral mucosal lesions and presents a patient with chronic and continuous multiple lesions. Viral and bacterial stomatitis, allergic reactions, and lesions caused by cancer chemotherapy or blood dyscrasias are the major diseases that cause acute multiple oral lesions. It infers that early diagnosis with the use of biopsy is needed when mucormycosis is suspected.


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