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Related to aphthous: aphthae, aphthous stomatitis

aph·thous

(af'thŭs), Avoid the misspelling/mispronunciation apthous.
Characterized by or relating to aphthae or aphthosis.

aphthous

/aph·thous/ (af´thus) pertaining to, characterized by, or affected with aphthae.

aph·thous

(af'thŭs)
Characterized by or relating to aphthae or aphthosis.

aph·thous

(af'thŭs) Avoid the misspelling/mispronunciation apthous.
Characterized by or relating to aphthae or aphthosis.

aphthous (af´thus),

adj characterized by aphthae or aphthosis.
aphthous fever,
n a fever associated with aphthosis.
aphthous pharyngitis
n aphthosis of the pharynx.
aphthous stomatitis,
n See aphtha and stomatitis, aphthous.

aphthous

characterized by the presence of aphthae.

aphthous fever
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Reddy, they are most likely aphthous ulcers, or canker sores.
NEW YORK -- Dental enamel defects and aphthous ulcers are both strongly associated with celiac disease, and should be followed up with a full investigation for the disorder in undiagnosed people, Theologos Malahias, D.
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Differential diagnosis of pemphigus vulgaris Clinical diagnoses Mucosal Cutaneous Histologic diagnoses Aphthous stomatitis Bullous drug eruptions Hailey-Hailey disease Erythema multiforme Bullous pemphigoid Darier's disease Bullous lichen planus Drug-induced pemphigus Grover's disease Cicatricial pemphigoid Erythema multiforme Herpetic stomatitis Hailey-Hailey disease Linear immunoglobulin A dermatosis Paraneoplastic pemphigus Pemphigus foliaceus Transient acantholytic dermatosis (Grover's disease) Table 2.
The medical term for canker sores is aphthous stamatitis.
Examples include, but are not limited to, studies of the effects of beliefs, affective states, or stress on the immune system as related to the onset, progression, or treatment of oral diseases or conditions such as periodontal diseases, caries, head and neck cancers, temporomandibular joint and/or muscle disorders, herpetic and aphthous lesions, oral manifestations of HIV infection, or oral mucosal wound healing following oral surgery.