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Recurrent aphthous ulceration: an epidemiological study of etiological factors, treatment and differential diagnosis.

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Summary of "Recurrent aphthous ulceration: an epidemiological study of etiological factors, treatment and differential diagnosis."

Recurrent aphthous ulcerations are common benign ulcerated lesions on the mouth, whose etiology is poorly understood, with controversial treatment and difficult to control in clinical practice.

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Name: Anais brasileiros de dermatologia
ISSN: 1806-4841
Pages: 341-346

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