Reiter's Syndrome Tongue Lesions - stock photo
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Reiter's Syndrome Tongue Lesions

Tongue lesions due to Reiter's syndrome. This syndrome is a type of reactive arthritis, where joint inflammation is caused by a bacterial infection. In Reiter's syndrome, other body areas are affected, like the skin (including the tongue membranes), muscles and eyes. Mouth and tongue lesions usually heal after a few weeks and do not need treatment.

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Science Source / Clinical Photography, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK

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2098 x 3172 pixels

Print Size @ 300 dpi
7 x 11 inches / 18 x 27 cm

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