Hairy leukoplakia

Hairy leukoplakia

(Science: dermatology, gastroenterology) a white lesion appearing on the tongue, occasionally on the buccal mucosa, of patients with aids, the lesion appears raised, with a corrugated or hairy surface due to keratin projections.

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