Tag: Aphthous ulcer major

Aphthous Stomatitis/ Aphthous ulcers/ Canker sores

Aphthous Stomatitis/ Aphthous ulcers/ Canker sores

Aphthous Stomatitis Clinical features: Aphthous ulcers are divided into two types: minor and major. Minor aphthous ulcers appear as single discrete ulcers or in groups of two or more. They are characteristically found on the free movable oral mucosa rather than the attached mucosa. The formed ulcers are discrete with a white-yellow base, which is […]

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