All patients have oral mucosal lesions which precede skin lesions, Vesiculobullous Dermatoses The vesicobullous diseases in dermatology are.. Dimensions: 8. In many cases the lesion can be classified as recurrent herpes labialis, but many other causes can induce a vesiculobullous lesion of the oral mucosa Oral vesiculobullous lesions Vesiculobullous disease
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Aetiology i. Infectious agents: Mycoplasma pneumonia, herpes simplex, etc. Hyperimmune reaction: It is an immune-mediated disease initiated by the deposition of immune complexes in the superficial microvasculature of skin and mucosa or cell mediated immunity. Types a. EM minor or erythema multiforme minor: It represents the localized eruptions of skin with mild or no mucosal involvement.
EM major or erythema multiforme major or Stevens—Johnson syndrome SJS : It is more severe mucosal and skin disease and is potentially life-threatening disorder. Skin lesions involve necrosis of scrotal skin, penile skin or vulval and labial surfaces. It is self-limiting, will improve after 5—8 days, and will completely resolve within 2—4 weeks. Classify the ulcerative and vesiculobullous lesions of oral cavity. Describe in detail recurrent aphthous stomatitis. Or Classify oral ulcerations with a suitable example of each condition describe the clinical features and management of recurrent aphthous ulcers.
Or Classify ulcerative and vesiculobullous lesions of oral cavity. Describe the aetiology, clinical features and treatment plan for recurrent aphthous stomatitis. Or Classify oral ulcerations with a suitable example of each condition. Describe clinical features and management of recurrent aphthous ulcer.
Or Classify ulcerative and vesiculobullous lesion of oral cavity. Acute and chronic vesiculobullous A. Acute vesiculobullous lesions a. Primary herpes simplex virus infection ii.
[Vesiculobullous lesions of the oral mucosa].
E-mail: moc. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract Oral soft tissues are affected by numerous pathologic conditions of variable etiology and hence their appropriate management relies on their accurate diagnosis. Clinical identification of intact vesicle and bulla in the oral cavity is really a challenge due to the regular irritation and the friable nature of oral mucosa. Rupture of these lesions leads to erosions or ulcerations on the surface, hence making the diagnosis of vesiculobullous VB lesions is even more difficult due to the fact that the differential diagnosis along with VB lesions will also include ulcerative, immunological-mediated diseases, and neoplasms and systemic diseases. Hence, knowledge of the clinical presentation of these disorders and the relevant diagnostic procedures is important not just for dermatologists, but also for general practitioners and dentists. In this article, the various procedures have been explained that can be used for the diagnostic purpose of VB lesions.
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