What's the disease?

24years , male suffering from the lesions on tongue. Chief Complaints Lesion on tongue, since 6-7 month, no any other complain. History Treatment and medication under local allopathy doctor before one month ago but no response. Vitals Every thing is normal Physical Examination Redness lesion on tongue. Investigations Please suggest if any investigation. Diagnosis Please suggest Management Please suggest.

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Benign Migratory Glossitis. It results from the loss of tiny hairlike projections (papillae) on your tongue's surface. This papillae loss appears as smooth, red patches of varying shapes and sizes. Geographic tongue is an inflammatory but harmless condition affecting the surface of your tongue. People who don't have enough zinc, iron, folic acid and vitamins B6 and B12 are more likely to have geographic tongue. Supplementary Vitamins....B-12 .1500.mcg + Folic acid.5 mg twice a week . Kenacort application three times a day in view of information.

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This geographic tongue Likely vitb12 deficiency Or secondary to some tobacco or chuna or beetle nut chewing Rx hexigel+kenacort locally Suppliment nutritional deficiency

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? GLOSSITIS .. ? ATROPHIC GLOSSITIS.. ? POST TRAUMATIC.. GLOSSITIS .. NEED'S.. MULTIVITAMINS ANTIOXIDANTS.. PROBIOTICS.. TOPICALLY.. HEXIDINE WITH LIGNOCAINE..

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If asymptomatic, consider geographic tongue . If symptomatic, consider glossitis due to vitamin,iron deficiency, dental infection . Since it is 6 month duration, consider biopsy ..

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Benign migratory glossitis Geographic tongue

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Glossitis

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Thanx dr Kute Ankush

Use azee250 (3day),multivitamin,steroid sos if pain take combiflan

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