Aphthae majores



aphthae majores

aphthae majores aphthae ma·jo·res (mə-jôr’ēz)
n.
A severe form of aphthae characterized by large numerous, frequently occurring ulcers that may take up to six weeks to heal. Also called Mikulicz’ aphthae.

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