05 December 2021>: Articles
Unusual setting of medical careDewi Zakiawati A* , Muhammad Al Farisyi A , Tenny Setiani Dewi A
Am J Case Rep 2021; 22:e934554
Figure 1. Clinical findings from the first visit. Erosion and erythematous areas surrounded by Wickham’s striae were found on the dorsal and lateral of the tongue and buccal mucosa (A–E). We also found that the dorsal anterior of the tongue was depapillated and stiff on palpation (A–C). Thick plaque, calculus, and stains were visible on the upper and lower teeth (F, G).