Rare Mouth Ulcer Might Indicate Crohn’s Disease

Rare Mouth Ulcer Might Indicate Crohn’s Disease
In a recent study entitled “Buccal localization of Crohn’s disease with long-term infliximab therapy: a case report,” the authors highlight the need to recognize Cheilitis granulomatosa lesions in the mouth as a marker for possible Crohn’s disease. The study was published in the Journal of Medical Case Reports. Cheilitis granulomatosa (CG) is characterized by a

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