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FIGURE. HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS STOMATITIS. A, Characteristic lesions of herpes simplex virus stomatitis include diffuse ulceration of the lips (top left, top right), tongue (top right), hard and soft palate (bottom left), and posterior pharynx (bottom right). These lesions may also extend into the hypopharynx or to the squamous mucosa surrounding the lips or nares. Read ->
FIGURE. OSLER-WEBER-RENDU SYNDROME. Multiple ectasias of the (A) lips and tongue, (B) tongue, (C) palate, and (D) hypopharynx.
FIGURE. PEUTZ-JEGHERS SYNDROME. Multiple black hyperpigmented lesions of the (A) lips, (B) buccal mucosa, and (C) hard palate.
FIGURE. HAIRY TONGUE. A, Yellowish coating of the tongue. B, Close-up shows a furry appearance resembling hair. This disorder, of unknown etiology, is characterized by hypertrophy of the filiform papillae.
FIGURE. HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS (HIV)-ASSOCIATED APHTHOUS ULCER. A, This large ulcer extends from the uvula to the soft palate. These lesions are frequent in patients with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) and may occur on the tongue or buccal mucosa or in the hypopharynx. They may become large, simulating an infectious or neoplastic process. B, Deep Read ->
FIGURE. APHTHOUS ULCER. Shallow, well-circumscribed ulceration on the hard palate. This patient had active inflammatory bowel disease.
FIGURE. TORUS PALATINUS. A, This large, masslike abnormality on the hard palate is an exaggeration of a normal structure, resulting from a bony exostosis of the midline palatal suture. B, Nodular structure on the distal hard palate.
FIGURE. BARIUM STUDY OF HYPOPHARYNX AND ESOPHAGUS. A, Anteroposterior view demonstrates the base of the tongue, valleculae, piriform sinuses, and ridge at the base of the epiglottis. B, Lateral view demonstrates the valleculae; hypopharynx; piriform sinus; cricopharyngeus, with some contrast seen in the esophagus; and hyoid bone.