Nov 28, 2001
Dear Dr. Reznik, Can erythematous candidiasis be confused with other diseases? If yes , What are these Diseases?
Response from Dr. Reznik
There are several conditions which can be considered in a differential diagnosis of erythematous candidiasis including but not limited to trauma to the hard and/or soft palate; pizza or other hot food burns; food allergies; toothpaste allergies, erosive lichen planus, etc.
Diagnosis of erythematous candidiasis is usually based on clinical appearance and underlying medical history.
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