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    Identify the etiology.
     

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    malnutrition ? anaemia ?
     

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    No, it's a viral infection.
     

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    Aphthous ulcers
     

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    Ans: Herpes simplex viral stomatitis


    We usually associate the more severe infection [​IMG] to herpes...the reason I posted this. Primary herpes can have varying degrees of severity ( and so also many other conditions ) and the textbook picture will only be seen in 50% cases and the textbook picture is usually the most stark / severe form.
     

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