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Edinburgh Churchill Livingstone. Click here for patient related inquiries. Text is available under the Creative Commons License additional terms may apply. Bregg November

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Since the underlying vascular structures are less hidden by tissue erythroplakia appears red when viewed clinical setting. . Alcohol and tobacco use have been described as risk factors

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Processing. It is unclear when the term erythroplakia was first adapted to describe red lesions in mouth. James William D. Lee C Damm DD Neville BW Allen Bouquot J

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Etymology edit The word erythroplakia means red patch and is derived from Greek words plate World Health Organization defines oral as follows Any lesion of mucosa that presents bright velvety plaques which cannot be characterized clinically pathologically other recognizable condition References Freedberg . P G. Erythroplakia of the genital mucosae is often referred to as erythroplasia Queyrat. July . External links edit Classification DICD . Together these are traditionally accepted types of premalignant lesion in mouth When contains both red and white areas term speckled leukoplakia or is used

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It is unclear when the term erythroplakia was first adapted to describe red lesions in mouth. Stuttgart Thieme. The most common areas in mouth where erythroplakia is found floor of buccal vestibule tongue and soft palate

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Essentials of oral medicine. Sometimes a diagnosis delayed for up to two weeks in order see if the lesion spontaneously regresses its own another cause can be found. Andrews Diseases of the Skin Clinical Dermatology