A 64 y/o male presented with a painful, smooth, red tongue and a burning sensation around his lips that had developed 6 months earlier. No deficits were found on neurologic examination. What is the most likely diagnosis?

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Ironed out tongue due to loss of test buds Severely vitb12 deficiency He is a c/o microcytic hypochromic anaemia supplements the same pt will recover
Thanx dr Sandeep S
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? Anaemic tongue Multivitamins and antioxidants orally. Good nutritious balanced diet. Deworming. Needs further investigations and evaluation to conclude diagnosis and treatment plan. Improve general health and personal hygiene. Green leafy vegetables and fresh fruits juice.
Thanks Dr Pushkar Bhomia
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Strawberry tongue of pernicious anemia
Bald tongue. D/d Atropic glossitis Nutritional deficiency total atrophic tongue has been due to nutritional deficiencies, such as vitamin B12, folic acid, or iron deficiencies, and partial atrophic tonguehas been well known as median rhomboid glossitis or geographic tongue. The othercause of atrophic tongue is oral candidiasis.
Pernicious anaemia causes strawberry tongue Start Cap Autrin one daily, Cap Surbex Gold one daily, Tab Mosiba one daily Gel Mosiba apply locally twice
benign migratory glossitis Hunter glossitis Anemia and nutritional deficiencies Antibiotic, antifungal, or antiviral drugs
IT'S A CASE OF.. ? ATROPHIC GLOSSITIS.. RESULT OF.. IRON..VITAMIN..AND MINERALS.. DEFFICIENCIES..LEADING TO.. ANEMIA..
Atrophic glossitis. Could be due to vit B deficiency, iron deficiency anemia or pernicious anemia.
Atrophic glossitis due to Fe/B12 deficiency.correct by administration of bcomplex/iron/B12.
Flat tongue iron deficiency with b12
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