glossitis


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It's characteristic features are: necrolytic migratory erythema (NME), weight loss, DM or glucose intolerance, mucosal abnormalities (such as glossitis, cheilitis, stomatitis), diarrhea [4].
Crohn's disease results in impaired absorption of nutrients leading to pallor, angular cheilitis and glossitis.
Apart from easy fatigability and tachycardia, the deficiency also produces changes in mucosal cells, leading to glossitis and other vague gastrointestinal disturbances such as anorexia and diarrhea.
tolerance or diabetes mellitus, painful glossitis, stomatitis,
In the oral cavity, SCA can cause diastemata, delays in tooth eruption, (5,6,7) malocclusion and glossitis.
Glossitis, stomatitis, oesophageal webs and malabsorption reflect direct involvement of the gastrointestinal tract; pica and koilonychia may also be present.
5 The most common oral symptoms are recurrent aphthous stomatitis (RAS), dental enamel defects, delayed eruption, atrophic glossitis and angular chelitis.
The mucous examination showed a commissural Cheilitis and Glossitis.
General examination revealed a pale looking young man with glossitis and oral ulcers.
Oral lessions are hardly missing: gummas of the tongue (usually on the edge), chronic interstitial glossitis, leucoplakia, areas with loss of papillae, gummas of the palate with destruction and perforation.
Glossitis is inflammation of which part of the body?
Table 1: Comparing the possibility of dysplastic changes in oral lesions is the likelihood of dysplasia in dysplastic lesions Proliferative verrucous leukoplakia *** Nicotine palatinus in reverse smoking *** Erythroplakia *** Oral sub mucus fibrous with leukoplakia *** Granular leukoplakia *** Laryngeal keratosis *** Actinic cheilitis *** Syphilitic glossitis with dorsal leukoplakia *** Smooth, thick leukoplakia ** Smokeless tobacco keratosis ** Plammer Vinson disease * Lichen planus ,erosive form * Smooth, Thin leukoplakia Dyskeratosis congenital ?
Plummer-Vinson syndrome (PVS) is the combination of dysphagia, angular cheilitis, atrophic glossitis, and esophageal webbing in the setting of iron deficiency anemia.
A few patients reported nausea vomiting glossitis skin rashes and folate deficiency.
Other common findings include pallor, glossitis, vomiting, diarrhoea, and icterus (1,2).