A 29-year-old female asked:
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?
1 doctor answer
Dr. Rebecca Gliksman answered
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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