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Bite Injury

A patient (36/M) came to hospital with a C/C of slight pain on pressure at the (L) side of the tongue since more than a week. On O/E Intraorally a white patch associated with sinus like lesion ventrally. Habit beetle nut chewing. No odour, discharge, discolouration or swelling. What could be the Xsis & Rx?

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May b due to canker sores,cold sores, bite injuries, and burns.

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Suggestive of Leukoplakia. Adv: 1. Stop tobacco habit immediately 2. Biopsy

He relishes on Supari. No tobacco.
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Pt looks to be tobacco chewer White patch is linchen leukoplekia Sos biopsy

Patient chews beetle nuts since 11 years
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May b due to canker sores,cold sores, bite injuries, and burns.

Or may b oral thrush

Thank you doctor
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Kindly provide in detail clinical findings

did you palpated the lesion??? is it firm??

No the lesion is not firm
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