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If the oral mucosa becomes denuded of its epithelium, a purulent stomatitis may arise with discharge of pus from the ulcerated surface.
The tongue is swollen and thickly furred, indented by the teeth, and ulcerated at its edges.
Constipation must be relieved, and a saline aperient is almost always desirable. Parasitic stomatitis, aptatlmi tlirusli.— This disease has been confounded with the preceding; it is, however, a special form of inflammation of the mouth due to the development in its mucous membrane of a parasitic, fungous growth, the oidiutn albicans.
The indications for treatment are, first, the removal, when possible, of any of the causes enumer- ated above that may be found to exist ; the sharp irri- tating edges of carious teeth must be removed, the smoking of strong cigars forbidden, and errors in food and drink corrected.
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