Symptoms

Trench mouth is characterized by an abrupt onset, fever, bleeding and painful gums, and a foul odor.

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Chapter 24 Alimentary System Infections

Chapter 24 Alimentary System Infections

Visual Signs Necrotic Lip

Figure 24.6 Trench Mouth (Acute Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis, or ANUG)

(a) Red, swollen gingiva with loss of tissue, especially between the teeth. (b) Gram stain of exudate showing a spirochete and rod-shaped bacteria.

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Figure 24.6 Trench Mouth (Acute Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis, or ANUG)

(a) Red, swollen gingiva with loss of tissue, especially between the teeth. (b) Gram stain of exudate showing a spirochete and rod-shaped bacteria.

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