Such may be the case where stomatitis occurs in epidemic form —for example, among large bodies of troops.
stomatitis, or inflammation of the mouth, Inflammatory lesions.
stomatitis occurs idiopathically, deuteropathically, and traumatically.
When these subside, the stomatitis soon ceases; when they are irremediable, the stomatitis remains incurable.
All physicians familiar with this disease have remarked the frequency of stomatitis.
Glossitis, or inflammation of the tongue, is very similar to stomatitis, and mostly exists with it and is due to the same causes.
A distinct and very dangerous form of stomatitis in infants and young children is known as “aphthous stomatitis” or “thrush.”
Try it in your cases of stomatitis with depraved conditions of the system, both internally and locally.
Should the stomatitis be due to dentition, the affected gums will be swollen, hot, and painful.
It may be remarked that stomatitis at times was a very common disease among the soldiers in the recent war.
stomatitis sto·ma·ti·tis (stō'mə-tī'tĭs)
Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the mouth.