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syeda irha hasan
syeda irha hasan3 months ago
Noma disease symptoms

Noma disease symptoms

Noma causes sudden tissue destruction that rapidly gets worse. First, the gums and lining of the cheeks become inflamed and develop sores (ulcers). The ulcers develop a foul-smelling drainage, causing bad breath and skin odor. The infection spreads to the skin, and the tissues in the lips and cheeks die.

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