Oral Mucosal Lesions include a broad array of topics:
- Recurrent herpes labialis
- Recurrent aphthous stomatitis
- Erythema migrans
- Hairy tongue
- Lichen planus
There can be multiple underlying systemic causes for these conditions such as nutritional deficiencies, immune defects and blood disorders. This category also includes multiple surface lesions of the epithelium or connective tissue. These can be diagnosed with biopsies and treated with pharmacological management.