Aphthous ulcer of the tongue

Aphthous ulcer of the tongue

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Caption: MODEL RELEASED. Aphthous ulcer on a 60-year-old woman's tongue. The ulcer is on the side of tongue. An aphthous ulcer usually occurs on a mucous membrane, inside a cheek or on the lips. The small painful sore lasts up to two weeks before disappearing. The cause is not fully understood. Treatment is with soothing ointments and painkilling drugs.

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