Sutton ulcer

Sut·ton ul·cer

(sŭt'ŏn),
a solitary, deep, painful ulcer of the buccal or genital mucous membrane.

Sut·ton ul·cer

(sŭt'ŏn ŭl'sĕr)
A solitary, deep, painful ulcer of the buccal or genital mucous membrane.

Sutton,

Richard Lightburn, Jr., 1915-1974, U.S. dermatologist, 1908-1990.
Sutton disease - Synonym(s): Sutton nevus
Sutton nevus - a benign melanocytic nevus in which involution occurs with a central brown mole surrounded by a uniformly depigmented zone or halo. Synonym(s): halo nevus; Sutton disease
Sutton ulcer - a solitary, deep, painful ulcer of the buccal or genital mucous membrane.
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Major type ulcers (Sutton ulcers) are usually 1-3 cm in size, deeper and can be seen for up to 10 days to 6 weeks.