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Canker Sores. You know you have one, you know it hurts and yet you insist on pressing your tongue against it. Confusingly lame.

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Patient with initial stages of Mouth Sores. Link: http://www.dental-public-health.com/mouth-sores.html Link: www.ruheejaffer.com

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Some of the conditions that would be evaluated would include: burning mouth syndrome, canker sores (an immune-mediated condition), cold sores (a herpes virus infection) geographic tongue (an inflammatory disorder), leukoplakia, lichen planus (another immune-mediated condition), smokeless tobacco keratosis (in most cases, a harmless callous-type change), Types of conditions seen by oral & maxillofacial pathologists include viral & fungal infections, tumors of the soft tissues…