Oral Mucosa Cancer left
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Oral mucosal squamous ulcer, left side of organ
Not being able to spit out a morsel.
Example: Alcohol test. Driver has to blow in the test and loses the driver’s license because of alcohol.
- for the right-handed person concerning mother or child
- for the left-handed person concerning partner
“It burns on the tip of my tongue! I had almost said it!”
HH medio-fronto-basal right
A smaller or larger mucosal ulcer of the squamous oral or lingual mucosa. The longer the conflict, the larger and deeper the ulcer. Very painful.
Severe local swelling (aphthea) of the oral mucosa occurs. May bleed. At the end of healing, it scars. No pain.
Absence, pain, bleeding
Ulcerative widening of the oral cavity
Gullet mucosa pattern