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CR0404 Mucosal lesions after hematopoietic stem cell transplant

      Patients previously treated with hematopoietic stem cell transplant (HSCT) often develop oral mucosal lesions. The nature of these lesions includes oral infections (viral, fungal, or bacterial), oral graft-vs-host disease, and premalignant or malignant conditions. Therefore, vigilant coordination of care between the oncologist and oral health specialist are crucial for early identification and management of oral lesions. We report 7 patients who developed isolated, deep, corrugated, painful lesions after HSCT.
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