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WHERE IS THE ULCER(S) LOCATED?

Distribution of the ulcer(s) can help in the differential diagnosis. If limited to the gums, necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis (NUG) may be the problem. Trench mouth disease, or acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis (ANUG) in medical term, is a condition that affects the gums which as its name implies; destroy gum tissues, create sores and inflame the gums.
Unilateral distribution (presence on one side of the face) suggests shingles, caused by Varicella zoster virus which causes chickenpox as a primary infection and shingles as a reactivation.
If the ulcer is found under a denture or other appliance, traumatic ulceration may be the cause. Recurrent traumatic ulceration usually recurs at the same site, often close to a sharp tooth. Recurrent aphthous stomatitis (RAS) almost exclusively affects non-keratinized mucosa. Erythema multiforme affects predominantly the vermillion border of lip, cheek mucosa and anterior mouth.

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