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What is Sutton disease 2?

What is Sutton disease 2?

  • Sutton disease 2: A rare condition characterized by recurring periods of painful inflamed mouth ulcers.

Sutton disease 2: Introduction

Types of Sutton disease 2:

Broader types of Sutton disease 2:

How serious is Sutton disease 2?

Prognosis of Sutton disease 2: chronic recurring lesions
Complications of Sutton disease 2: see complications of Sutton disease 2

What causes Sutton disease 2?

Causes of Sutton disease 2: see causes of Sutton disease 2

What are the symptoms of Sutton disease 2?

Symptoms of Sutton disease 2: see symptoms of Sutton disease 2

Complications of Sutton disease 2: see complications of Sutton disease 2

Onset of Sutton disease 2: childhood or adolescence

Can anyone else get Sutton disease 2?

More information: see contagiousness of Sutton disease 2
Inheritance: see inheritance of Sutton disease 2

Sutton disease 2: Testing

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Sutton disease 2.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Sutton disease 2: Oral Surgeon ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Sutton disease 2.
Treatments for Sutton disease 2: see treatments for Sutton disease 2

Name and Aliases of Sutton disease 2

Main name of condition: Sutton disease 2

Other names or spellings for Sutton disease 2:

Sutton II syndrome, periadenitis, mucosa, necrotica, aphthous ulcer, recurrent aphthous stomatitis, ulcerative stomatitis, von Mikulicz Aphthae, von Zahorsky disease, Aphthous Stomatitis, Recurrent, Aphthous Ulcer, Recurrent, Major Aphthous Ulcer, Major Canker Sore, Recurrent Scarring Aphthae

Sutton disease 2: Related Conditions

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