Please diagnose this case.... And suggest treatment guide line.... No irritation present with food or liquid..

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DD: Trauma (Physical / Chemical / Thermal/ Iatrogenic / Factitial) Herpes Zoster Herpes Simplex History is important. Fever of any grade might be part of HZ infection whether in the prodromal era or eruptive phase.

Looks like herpes lesion ....could be a thermal injury or a hard food trauma ....take detailed history.....fever etc .....

LINEAR. IgA Disease..??????.( LAD )..... It. affects. both .... adults. and. children .. The. peak. is. between. 60 to. 70. Yrs. of. age. group... The. Pediatric. Variant.... is. called. as....... Juvenile. Dermatitis. Herpetiform... . Differential. DIAGNOSIS..... Oral. Palatal. Fungal. Lesion.. .... INVESTIGATIONS... 1. COMPLETE. Blood. Exam 2. Biopsy.. 3. Scanning. for. .....HIV... HEPATITIS......Syphilis.. 4. A F B. staining . Management... Initially. start. with....... TOPICAL. Steroids Antibiotics Antiinflammatory Multivitamins Antifungal. Oral. Medication Mouthwash. and. Rinses.. Rest. of. the. TREATMENT......... as. per. INVESTIGATIONS. REPORTS....

Any history of habits or consumption of any causing factors.provisionaly traumatic ulcer , dx herpes .any h/o fever n recurrence

It’s may be palatal ulcer or thermal injury pt history is important

Herpes zoster Herpes simplex virus Thermal injury Surgical excision

Trauma Herpes zoster Herpes simplex

Excision of ulcer Histopathology

Smokers palate Herpes Burn injury

Smokers palate or herpes zoster

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