Recurrent aphthosis

What is recurrent aphthosis?

This entity describes patients without systemic manifestations of Behçet’s disease who have recurrent oral and genital aphthous ulcers or almost constant multiple (more than three) oral aphthae.

Differentiation from complex aphthosis may be difficult because the initial clinical presentation of Behçet’s disease is often confined to oral and genital ulceration.


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