Patches on oral mucosa.not symptomatic.pt is worried.dx and mx PLZZ.

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Dear Dr. is she pregnant or does she have some endocrinology? Left side-- retro molar area having white leison can be either leukoplakia or lichenoid. Augment Hb%.🎂

Normal patches NO significant findings Tell the patient to just stop stressing

Patient is pale and anaemic otherwise NAD Only concern is lower last molar is carried and cavity ask for dentist consultation Correct the anaemia

Thanx dr Kute Ankush
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Look more like depigmented lesions of Vitiligo (photo 1 ). Does she have any depogmented patches ,elsewhere on the body . Biopsy is confirmatory .

No sir.not any patches any where..
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Agree with Dr.Mishra

THANKS & WC @Dr. Jagesh Kamath SIR
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? LEUKOPLAKIA .. ? OLP .. ? POST TRAUMATIC .. NEED'S.. BIOPSY STUDY ..

Tnx Dr Shivraj Agarwal sir
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ORAL LEUCOPLAKIA LICHEN PLANUS DO, BIOPSY & HPE.

Leukoplakia Lichen planus Biopsy HP

Leukoplakia ? Age of patient

Agree with Dr.Bhomia
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