kissing ulcer

An ulcer seen on an apposing side of the vulva, due to autoinoculation with Haemophilus ducreyi, chancroid, which may be associated with suppurative lymphadenopathy

kissing ulcer

A pair of ulcers on opposite sides of a tubular structure, such as the DUODENUM.
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Lesions are red to tan-white, as large as 3 cm, and frequently involve both vocal folds ("kissing ulcer").
The lesions appeared precisely at the sites where their thighs made tight contact, resembling cutaneous "kissing ulcers": a pair of ulcers usually caused by an infectious agent in which a second ulcer develops due to spread of the agent by autoinoculation onto the contacting, usually contralateral, skin surface (e.g., chancroid ulcers on the labia) (5).