Diagnosis and management of commonly occurring oral vesiculo-erosive disorders
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Cutis: Cutaneous Medicine for the Practitioner
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Quadrant Health Com Inc
Vesiculoerosive disorders are often difficult to diagnose and manage. The oral cavity is often overlooked as a source of diagnostic signs of dermatologic disease. In some disorders, oral manifestations precede cutaneous signs by as much as one year. The authors describe the oral presentation and management oflichen planus, allergic stomatitis, pemphigus vulgaris, and cicatricial pemphigoid, to enable the physician to recognize, diagnose, and treat commonly encountered oral manifestations of dermatologic disease.
Siegel, Michael Alan; Balciunas, B. A.; Kelly, M. A.; and Serio, F. G., "Diagnosis and management of commonly occurring oral vesiculo-erosive disorders" (1991). Faculty Articles. 173.