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PatologÃa de la oral mucosa, Syntex Latino, Barcelona (1989). These are small atrophic folds between the gums, outside the mouth. They are secondary hypertrophic or atrophic folds. The appearance of these areas is most often associated with age-related changes, or with a decrease in the function of the endocrine glands, or in connection with diseases that lead to a tendency to atrophy of the oral mucosa.
Sky region. Lips, ears and cheek skin. These are inflammatory changes in the mucous membrane of the palate. Diseases associated with changes in the mucous membrane are called adenoids. Patients with adenoid lesions often suffer from loss of smell. With defects in the mucous membrane of the upper sections of the respiratory sac, local and general inflammatory processes are exacerbated.
Areas of the nose, pharynx and larynx. The process of periodic angina. Tears and bleeding of the mucous membrane of the larynx. Purulent angina. Swallowed foreign bodies. Bleeding in the postoperative period.
Ears. Nosebleeds and associated hearing loss. Disintegration of capillaries in the region of the external auditory canal.
Tonsils. Lymph nodes in the ear canal. Swelling of the face and eyelids. Migraine. Periods of exacerbation of chronic diseases (not amenable to local treatment).
Diagnosis. To confirm the diagnosis, options are needed:
a) the presence of exudation from the oral cavity;
b) detection of wounds along the edge of the wound;
c) rashes on the skin in the area of â€‹â€‹the wound surface;
d) the presence in the wound of macroscopic or microscopic particles, food or urine;
e) dry bubble that appeared on the wound;
e) the appearance of bleeding from under the seams;
g) formation of ulcers in wounds;
h) scars and adhesions in the area of â€‹â€‹the affected areas;
i) swelling in the affected area;
j) the presence of ulcers on the skin around wounds, with the exception of gunshot wounds.
The correct diagnosis of the disease is determined, first of all, by the nature and depth of the lesion. Shortening of the walls of the small intestine may be due to bleeding in the anus and intestines or ulcerative bleeding due to an injury to the an