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Precancerous lesions

A 40 yr old male patient with history of betal nut and tobacco chewing since 13 years came with complaints of mouth burning and restricted mouth opening from 6 months On examination 1.coated tongue 2.greyish white patch and an ulcer on left buccal mucosa 3.tobacco pouch keratosis on lower right labial vestibule 4.limited mouth opening i.e 3cm 5.shrunken uvula 6.blanched posterior palatal area On palpation fibrous posterior buccal mucosa bilaterally Diagnosis OSMF Management pt was adviced to quit the habits mouth opening exercise given SM fibro OD Turbocort BD was prescribed Can it be the case of leukoplakia too?and what will be the further treatment plan?pls give ur opinions.thank you.

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Adv oral prophylaxis , oral hygiene reinforcement , tongue cleansing along with SM fibro ,cap lycomax, oral physiotherapy, habit and diet counselling.Re-evaluate after 12 weeks adv biopsy if lesion persists.

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Adv oral prophylaxis , oral hygiene reinforcement , tongue cleansing along with SM fibro ,cap lycomax, oral physiotherapy, habit and diet counselling.Re-evaluate after 12 weeks adv biopsy if lesion persists.

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If area is painful biopsy is mandatory. Oro T mouthrinse twice daily for a week Rest same a above If lesion turns to be leukoplakia in biopsy then surgical excision

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NICE UPDATE... ...GOOD ILLUSTRATION

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Iron supplements. Turmeric

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