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Oral Complications of Dermatologic Disorders

      The oral lesions in dermatologic diseases may be the early aspects of the disease itself, the most significant clinical appearance, or the only sign or symptom; sometimes lesions can occur simultaneously in the skin and in the oral cavity.

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