Aphthoid Pospischill-Feyrter

Last Updated: 2019-08-27

Author(s): Anzengruber F., Navarini A.

ICD11: -

Suspicion of the most severe form of gingivostomatitis herpetica in immunosuppressed children.

Mostly in children, rarely in adults.

Herpes virus infection in a situation of immune deficiency.

Mucosa, skin and genital area often affected. The corners of the mouth can be affected on the face. Vesicles (vagant aphthoid) often appear on the acres. Spreading towards the edge. Superinfection often occurs. Reduced general condition.

Exclude anamnesis, clinic, biopsy, EM, culture, PCR, Microtrak, meningism. Search for immunosuppression if necessary.

Oral, genital area, acra.

Healing after 1-2 weeks of therapy.

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