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Review Article

Orofacial manifestations of COVID-19

Hariharan Ramakrishnan* and Maniamuthu Ragupathi

Published: 2021-05-12 00:00:00 | Volume 6 - Issue 1 | Pages: 006-007

Oral cavity is the gateway of the human body, and also provides vital clues of our systemic health. Here in this COVID-19 pandemic, oral manifestations such as dysgeusia, ulcers, xerostomia are noticed and are an an important predictors of this viral disease. This short review describes the oral manifestations of this new disease.

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Orofacial manifestations of COVID-19

Published on: 12th May, 2021

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Oral cavity is the gateway of the human body, and also provides vital clues of our systemic health. Here in this COVID-19 pandemic, oral manifestations such as dysgeusia, ulcers, xerostomia are noticed and are an an important predictors of this viral disease. This short review describes the oral manifestations of this new disease.
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