Pemphigus vulgaris of oral cavity: a case report with clinical differential diagnosis

Gurdeep Singh, Sanya Bhatia., Abhishek Singhvi., Ripon Md. Chowdhury and Ashish Joshi

Pemphigus Vulgaris (PV) is a chronic muco-cutaneous and potentially life threatening autoimmune disease. Its initial manifestations are in the form of intra oral lesions, which are blisters and erosions of mucous membrane and later spread to skin. Dental professionals must be sufficiently familiar with the clinical features of the pemphigus vulgaris to ensure early diagnosis and treatment which will help to determine the prognosis and course of the disease. This article present a case report of uncommon age, unknown etiology, along with differential diagnosis (DD) of PV.

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