Tongue lesion - Diagnose!

Chief complaint A 29 y/o female came with the complaint of a lesion over the right lateral border of the tongue. History Patient is a chronic smoker for the past 3 years. She has h/o sore mouth for around 6 months which remains on and off. But this lesion is not healing and is increasing in size. No h/o bleeding, difficulty in speech, fever or any other symptoms. Investigation Examination shows raised red lesion over the right lateral and anterior two-thirds of the tongue. It is hard on palpation and is superficial in the anterior region & deep in the posterior region. Diagnosis What are your comments? Treatment Please advise treatment also.




Tnx Dr Ngailong Longbah

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