A 42-year-old male presented with this painless lesion. Similar complaint in the past, resolved with niacin amide, Riboflavin folic acid. What is it? and what is treatment?

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Geographic tongue is an inflammatory disorder of the tongue characterized by asymptomatic erythematous patches with serpiginous borders. Candidiasis of the tongue may be confused with geographic tongue

Geogrophic tongue with Candidiasis. Geographic tongue is an inflammatory disorder of the tongue characterized by asymptomatic erythematous patches with serpiginous borders. Candidiasis of the tongue may be confused with geographic tongue. A 63-year-old male patient with painful white annular lesions localized to the left side of his tongue is presented.

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Geographic tongue Multivitamins and antioxidants orally. Improve oral hygiene. Deworming. H s gargles and apply ultra gel locally.

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Geographical tongue Tab Grisiovin 250 one Tab daily after crush, Tab Mosiba one daily, Cap Autrin one daily, Mosiba Gel apply locally twice daily and Metrogyl DG Gel apply locally at bed time, Hexidin Liquid for mouth wash

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