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, Volume 49, Issue 1, pp 28–36 | Cite as

Von harmlosen Aphthen bis zu fortgeschrittenen Leukoplakien

Krankheiten der oralen Mukosa

  • Thomas DirschkaEmail author
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Zusammenfassung

Erkrankungen der Mundschleimhaut sind häufig gutartig und selbstlimitierend. Dieser Umstand kann jedoch dazu führen, dass infektiöse Ulzerationen oder gar Karzinome als harmlos fehlinterpretiert werden. Eine genaue Kenntnis der Differenzialdiagnosen und eine sorgfältige Untersuchung des Patienten sind daher unerlässlich.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Centroderm Klinik WuppertalWuppertalDeutschland

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