63 yr old female patient is having burning sensation on rt. and left buccal mucosa since 2 months. No history of tobacco. she's on medication for rheumatoid arthritis for past 3-4yrs. Rx and Dx?

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SUGGESTIVE OF ORAL SUB MUCOSAL FIBROSIS... DD ORAL LICHEN PLANUS ADVISABLE BIOPSY HPE...

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Medications for RA could be the cause .concomitant immunosuppression would also be attritbuted. To check dental status food is to be done routine.antioxidants. biopsy and then decide treatment plan

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oral lichen planus

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Lichenoid reaction Most probably it is due to anti inflammatory drugs which she is taking Lichen planus mostly presents on both side of buccal mucosa. Advice her to discontinue medications for some time. Consult physician and look for other alternative

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Lichen planus. Adv biopsy

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Chronic inflammation by the caries teeth. Advised Biopsy

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Oral Lichen Planus is an ongoing inflammatory condition that affects mucous membrane inside of mouth. The lesions may cause burning,pain or other discomfort.

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Hi doc. DD: Oral lichen planus Treatment could be the oral corticosteroids Maintenance of oral cavity

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Linchan Planus

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Take a biopsy of buccal mucosa

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