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Review Article Open Access
Diagnosis of pigmented lesions of the oral cavity is challenging. Oral pigmentation can be physiological or pathological, melanin-associated or non-melanin-associated, and endogenous or exogenous. Evaluation of a patient with oral pigmentation requires a systemic approach. This review presents diagnosis, differential diagnosis and management of pigmentary findings in the oral cavity.
Pigmentation, Melanoma, Drugs, Vitiligo, Melanin