Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the mouth. [stomat- + G. -itis, inflammation]
- angular s. SYN: angular cheilitis.
- aphthous s. SYN: aphtha (2).
- epidemic s. contagious mouth infection, usually due to Group A coxsackievirus. SEE ALSO: herpangina.
- fusospirochetal s. infection of the mouth with spirochetal organisms, usually in association with other anaerobes. SEE ALSO: Vincent angina.
- gangrenous s. s. characterized by necrosis of oral tissue. See noma.
- gonococcal s. inflammatory and ulcerative oral lesions resulting from infection with Neisseria gonorrhoeae; usually primary as a result of oral-genital contact, but occasionally is the result of gonococcemia.
- lead s. oral manifestation of lead poisoning consisting of a bluish-black line following the contours of the marginal gingiva where lead sulfide has precipitated due to the inflamed environment.
- s. medicamentosa inflammatory alterations of the oral mucosa associated with a systemic drug allergy; lesions may consist of erythema, vesicles, bullae, ulcerations, or angioneurotic edema.
- mercurial s. alterations of the oral mucosa arising from chronic mercury poisoning; may consist of mucosal erythema and edema, ulceration, and deposition of mercurial sulfide in inflamed tissues, resulting in oral pigmentation resembling that of lead s..
- nicotine s. heat-stimulated lesions, usually on the palate, that begin with erythema and progress to multiple white papules with a red dot in the center. The red dot represents a dilated, inflamed salivary duct orifice.
- primary herpetic s. first infection of oral tissues with herpes simplex virus; characterized by gingival inflammation, vesicles, and ulcers. SYN: primary herpetic gingivostomatitis.
- recurrent aphthous s. SYN: aphtha (2).
- recurrent herpetic s. reactivation of herpes simplex virus infection, characterized by vesicles and ulceration limited to the hard palate and attached gingiva.
- recurrent ulcerative s. SYN: aphtha (2).
- ulcerative s. SYN: aphtha (2).
- vesicular s. a vesicular disease of horses, cattle, swine, and occasionally humans caused by a Vesiculovirus (vesicular s. virus) in the family Rhabdoviridae; in horses and cattle the disease usually causes mouth vesicles which, in cattle, cannot be differentiated clinically from those of foot-and-mouth disease.

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sto·ma·ti·tis .stō-mə-'tīt-əs n, pl -tit·i·des -'tit-ə-.dēz or -ti·tis·es -'tīt-ə-səz any of numerous inflammatory diseases of the mouth having various causes (as mechanical trauma, allergy, vitamin deficiency, or infection) <erosive \stomatitis>

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inflammation of the mucous lining of the mouth.

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sto·ma·ti·tis (sto″mə-tiґtis) pl. stomatiґtides [stomat- + -itis] inflammation of the oral mucosa, due to local or systemic factors, which may involve the buccal and labial mucosa, palate, tongue, floor of the mouth, and the gingivae.

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