stomatitis medicamentosa

stomatitis medicamentosa
stomatitis due to an allergic reaction to drugs, ingested, absorbed through the skin or mucosa, or given by hypodermic injection. Principal symptoms include vesicles, erosion, ulcers, erythema, purpura, angioedema, burning, and itching. See also s. venenata.

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