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Major aphthous-like ulcers in two patients infected with human immunodeficiency virus

, : Major aphthous-like ulcers in two patients infected with human immunodeficiency virus. Cutis 59(5): 281-283

In New York, USA, 2 patients with HIV presented with persistent, large, and painful oral ulcers. Results of cultures and examination of a biopsy specimen were negative for infection and malignancy.

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