Other mouth symptoms
Researchers also found roughly 6.9 percent reported having aphthous stomatitis, which occurs when benign and non-contagious mouth ulcers from.
In addition, 6.6 percent reported glossitis, an inflammation of the tongue that causes it to swell in size and change in colour.
Nearly four percent had patchy depapillation which is when a whitish coating appears on the surface of the tongue.
Meanwhile, approximately 40 percent of patients reported changed to their hands and feet.
The most common condition was diffuse desquamation, which is widespread skin peeling, in which the outermost layer is shed.
Published at Wed, 27 Jan 2021 16:39:33 +0000