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What is Ptosis?
Drooping of the upper eyelid
What is conjuctivitis?
Infection of the conjunctiva, "pink eye" commonly caused by bacterial or viral infection, allergy, or chemical irritation.
What is Otitis Externa?
"swimmer's ear" an infection of the outer ear, with sever painful movement of the pinna and trigus, redness and swelling of pinna and canal, scanty purulent discharge, scaling, itching, fever, and enlarged tender regional lymph nodes.
What is Tophi?
Small, whitish-yellow, hard, nontender nodules in or near helix or antihelix; contain greasy , chalky, material of uric acid crystals and are a sign of gout.
What is a perforated Septum?
A hole in the septum, usually in the cartilaginous part, may be caused by chronic infection, trauma, or nasal surgery.
What causes nasal polyps?
Most commonly chronic allergic rhinitis.
What causes canker sores or Aphthous ulcers?
the cause is unknown but they are commonly associated with stress, fatigue, and food allergy.
What does candidiasis look like?
A white, cheesy, curdlike patch on the buccal mucosa and tongue.
What does acute tonsillitis and pharyngitis look like?
Bright red throat, white or yellow exudate on the tonsils and pharynx, sowllen uvula, and enlarged, tender anteriior cervical and tonsillar nodes.
What oral lesions may be among the earliest to develop with AIDS?
Kaposi's Sarcoma