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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.


Patient with initial stages of Mouth Sores. Link: Link:

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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…