Also called "Benign Migratory Glossitis"
Description: Circular ovoid
inflammatory areas that change locations on the tongue every few days.
Appear as red, slightly depressed lesions with grayish yellow border.
Patients may complain of mild burning sensation.
Grayish Yellow Border
Treatment Planning: Benign
and self-limiting, no known treatment. If there
is a complaint of tenderness or a burning sensation, a topical corticosteroid
such as fluocinonide can be applied to the lesions several times a day.
or Stomatitis Occurs in the oral cavity as ulcers on the tongue or oral epithelium.
Drugs implicated in this condition include: Anticoagulants