Hyperplastic candidosis on the palate developed as a 'kissing' lesion from median rhomboid glossitis.

@article{Galletta2010HyperplasticCO,
  title={Hyperplastic candidosis on the palate developed as a 'kissing' lesion from median rhomboid glossitis.},
  author={Vivian Cunha Galletta and M{\'a}rcia Sampaio Campos and S{\'i}lvio Kenji Hirota and Dante Migliari},
  journal={Brazilian journal of otorhinolaryngology},
  year={2010},
  volume={76 1},
  pages={137}
}
Chronic hyperplastic candidosis (CHC) affects predominantly adult males in the jugal mucosa commissure, and less frequently on the lateral tongue and palate. Smoking and occlusal friction are the most common local factors associated with CHC. This article reports a case of CHC on the palate resulting from candidosis associated with median rhomboid glossitis… CONTINUE READING