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Patient of about 53 years came for regular check up.on examination some white patches evident on the tip and the lateral aspect of the tongue, Pt had the history of diabetes and under medication,pt had underwent colonoscopy last month ,severe gastric issues..what might be the diagnosis?& treatment?

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It might be chemical burn I prescribed Solcoseryl oral paste (apply after eating) Supradyn capsules 1 daily for 1 month And baking soda oral rinse(Half spoon baking soda in half glass water)

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It might be chemical burn I prescribed Solcoseryl oral paste (apply after eating) Supradyn capsules 1 daily for 1 month And baking soda oral rinse(Half spoon baking soda in half glass water)

Xylocan gel topical .. And oral medication depends on systemic disorder treatment .. becuse she is already under treatment..

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