A 29-year-old female asked:
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what is the treatment for a persistant chronic painful tongue lesion that turned out (after incisional biopsy) to be chronic inflammatory infiltrate?is there any treatment?

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Dr. Rebecca Gliksman
37 years experience Internal Medicine
Tongue lesion: Would consider follow up with rheumatologist to check for autoimmune process, lupus and Behcets can be associated with oral lesions. Colchicine helps in Behcets but f/u/ w/ rheumatology
Answered on Feb 17, 2020

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Dr. Stanley Lightfoot
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See below: If you are in good health a radicl excision of this lesion is the first lien then i would depend on the surgeion, radiologist and oncologist to decide ... Read More
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Dr. Clarence Lyons
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Options: There are some options. You might want to see a moh's surgeon and get their opinion on this.
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Dr. James Ferguson
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Basics: Chronic means it has been going on for a while, otherwise not a new issue. Inflammatory just means cells like lymphocytes are there as evidence of the ... Read More
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Dr. Donald Colantino
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Tongue lesion: Your best advice regarding this matter would be obtained from an oral surgeon or from a specialist in the oral pathology department of a dental school ... Read More

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