Oral mucosal lesions. Ref.: 60b

Hairy tongue is caused by an overgrowth of dead skin cells, causing elongation of the papillae, and staining of bacteria, food, tobacco, or other substances in the mouth.

Hairy tongue is caused by an overgrowth of dead skin cells, causing elongation of the papillae, and staining of bacteria, food, tobacco, or other substances in the mouth.

Leukoplakia are lesions in the form of whitish patches on the mucosa and gums, which may be due to chronic irritation.

Oral lichen planus is a chronic inflammation that affects the mucous membranes of the mouth, and that can appear as reticular white spots or reddened areas that become ulcerated, being in this case called erosive lichen planus.

Pemphigus is an autoimmune disease that causes blistered and ulcer-like lesions on the skin and mucosa.

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Referencia: 60b
Duración: 0:58
Categoría: Oral Health