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CASE REPORT
Year : 2007  |  Volume : 19  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 529-532

Primary Oral Tuberculosis - A Case Report


Dept of Oral medicine and Radiology, K.L.E Dental College and hospital, Banglore-22, India

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B N Praveen
Dept of Oral medicine and Radiology, K.L.E Dental College and hospital, Banglore-22
India
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Tuberculosis is most common disease in developing countries because of lack of public health awareness, poverty, nutritional deficiencies, absence of medical facilities. Primary oral lesions in tuberculosis are still exceedingly rare. Oral involvement may be primary or secondary to systemic involvement. Involvement of oral cavity is rare accounting for 0.2-1.5% of cases. A rare case report of primary oral tuberculosis is presented.


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