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Oral lesions in patients with psoriasis: a controlled study.

Stomatitis areata migrans was found in 5.4 percent of patients with psoriasis compared to 1 percent of control patients, while benign migratory glossitis was identified in 10.3 percent of patients with psoriasis and 2.5 percent of control patients. The association of these disorders with psoriasis indicates that they may be manifestations of psoriasis of the oral mucosa.

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