cheilitis glandularis

chei·li·tis glan·du·la·ris

[MIM*118330]
an acquired disorder, of unknown etiology, of the lower lip characterized by swelling, ulceration, crusting, mucous gland hyperplasia, abscesses, and sinus tracts.

cheilitis granulomatosa

A chronic swelling of the lips due to granulomatous inflammation, which some regard as a monosymptomatic form of Melkersson-Rosenthal syndrome. It may be associated with Crohn’s disase, sarcoidosis or orofacial granulomatosis.

chei·li·tis glan·du·la·ris

(kī-lī'tis gland'yū-lā'ris)
An acquired disorder, of unknown etiology, of the lower lip characterized by swelling, ulceration, crusting, mucous gland hyperplasia, and abscesses.
Synonym(s): Volkmann cheilitis.

Baelz,

Erwin, German physician in Tokyo, 1849-1913.
Baelz disease - an acquired disorder of unknown etiology of the lower lip characterized by swelling, ulceration, crusting, mucous gland hyperplasia, abscesses, and sinus tracts. Synonym(s): cheilitis glandularis

Volkmann,

Richard, German surgeon, 1830-1889.
Volkmann bone curette
Volkmann bone hook
Volkmann cheilitis - an acquired disorder, of unknown etiology of the lower lip, characterized by swelling, ulceration, crusting, mucous gland hyperplasia, abscesses, and sinus tracts. Synonym(s): cheilitis glandularis
Volkmann claw hand deformity
Volkmann contracture - ischemic contracture resulting from irreversible necrosis of muscle tissue, produced by a compartment syndrome.
Volkmann fracture
Volkmann ischemia
Volkmann ischemic contracture
Volkmann ischemic paralysis
Volkmann rake retractor
Volkmann splint
Volkmann spoon - a sharp spoon for scraping away carious bone or other diseased tissue.
Volkmann subluxation

chei·li·tis glan·du·la·ris

(kī-lī'tis gland'yū-lā'ris) [MIM*118330]
An acquired disorder, of unknown etiology, of the lower lip characterized by swelling, ulceration, crusting, mucous gland hyperplasia, abscesses, and sinus tracts.
Synonym(s): Volkmann cheilitis.
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EC should be differentiated from other disorders causing persistent cheilitis such as candidal cheilitis, atrophic cheilitis, actinic cheilitis and cheilitis glandularis.
The differential diagnosis should include cheilitis glandularis, vascular tumors, lymphangioma, angioedema, meischer's syndrome, mucocele, salivary gland tumors, sarcoidosis, inflammatory fibrous hyperplasia and plasma cell cheilitis, urbach weithe disease and mucosal neuromas of multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome.