Haemorrheologicals: a new approach in the treatment of recurrent aphthous ulcer

Biju Baby Joseph, Shiny George

Abstract


Oral ulcers may have a great many causes. Aphthous stomatitis or Recurrent Aphthous Ulceration (RAU) is an extremely common disorder of the oral cavity. The majority of chronic oral ulcers are accounted for by major aphthous ulcers. The diagnosis of RAU is made on clinical grounds and through exclusion criteria .Here we present a   case of RAU treated with a different drug regime.


Keywords


Ulcer, RAU, Haemorrheologicals

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