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|Title:||Oral lesion as the first clinical presentation in sarcoidosis: a case report|
|Citation:||Oman Medical Journal, 2012; 27(3):243-245|
|Publisher:||Oman Medical Specialty Board|
|A.R. A.-Azri, R.M. Logan and A.N. Goss|
|Abstract:||Sarcoidosis is a common multi-system disease characterized histolopathologically by the formation of non-caseating granulomas in the affected tissues. The oral involvement of sarcoidosis is relatively rare with less than 70 reported cases in literature while an oral lesion as the initial presenting sign is even less common. Oral lesions of sarcoidosis may mimic the lesions of other serious systemic diseases including Crohn's disease and tuberculosis as well as lesions localized to the orofacial region such as orofacial granulomatosis. This report presents a case of non-progressive sarcoidosis where the initial presenting symptom was a lesion in the buccal vestibule attached to the gingivae. A brief review of the pathology and clinical features is also presented.|
|Rights:||Copyrighted 2012 by the OMSB.|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 5|
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