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Stomatitis

obovis
Contributor(s):

Mo Kemp

Lisa Whitfield

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Synonym(s): Simple, necrotic, papular, vesicular, mycotic, phlehmonous


Introduction

  • Stomatitis refers to inflammation of the oral mucosa and includes glossitis, gingivitis and cheilitis.
  • Stomatitis is a clinical sign in many systemic diseases.
  • It is also seen in cases where oral trauma, or contact with chemical irritants, has occurred (simple stomatitis).

Presenting signs

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Diffential diagnosis

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Simple stomatitis

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Bacterial stomatitis

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Viral stomatitis

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Diagnosis

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Treatment

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Prevention

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Further Reading

Publications

Refereed Papers

  • Recent references from PubMed and VetMedResource.
  • Bankowski R A, Wichmann R W & Stuart E E (1956) Stomatitis of cattle and horses due to yellow bristle grass (Setaria lutescans). JAVMA 129, 149-155 PubMed.

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