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But what is this oral lesion? #1

A 41-year-old man was referred to our department for a dental examination to evidence and eliminate dental infections before receiving a kidney transplant.

The patient is HIV-positive. He smoked 20 cigarettes a day. His medical history revealed chronic renal failure, chronic HCV infections and a high blood pressure. The patient’s medical treatment is speciafolding, Renagel, antiviral therapy, Amlor and Bisoce.

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The physical examination of the oral cavity is carried out and revealed asymptomatic lesions on both cheek mucosa. Extractions of 26, 27, 28, 37 and 38 are indicated.

  • Describe the lesions (primary lesions)
  • What are your hypothesis and differential diagnosis?
  • Do you need additional medical tests?
  • What are the things to do?

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