16 years old male pt developed this tongue lesion after taking antimalarial drugs..no other significant history..dx & mx

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Oral Lichen planus Drug reaction Candidiasis

Tab sm-firbo Hexigel or Tess ointment (apply locally) ORO-T gargle Whyslone 2/5mg A to z

Drug adverse reaction. Atrophic glossitis.

? DRUG INDUCED .. STOMATITIS..GLOSSITIS.. ? ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS..

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Drug reaction Adr of antimalarial drug Inj avil , hydrocort

Drug reaction Adr of antimalarial drug Inj avil ,hydrocort

ORAL LP? Rx Steriodal Oral gel

? Adverse drug reaction

True said..
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Oral lichen planus .. It is an ongoing (chronic) inflammatory condition that affects mucous membranes inside your mouth. Oral lichen planus may appear as white, lacy patches; red, swollen tissues; or open sores. These lesions may cause burning, pain or other discomfort.. Corticosteroids may reduce inflammation related to oral lichen planus. One of these forms may be recommended: Topical. Mouthwash, ointment or gel is applied directly to the mucous membrane — the preferred method.

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Oral erosive lichen planus Antioxidant lycopene Kenacort gel

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