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Cheilitis granulomatosa—an unusual diet for an unusual disorder

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A case of cheilitis granulomatosa, a rare inflammatory disorder of unknown origin is reported. The condition produces non-tender, persistent swelling of one or both lips and primarily affects young adults. The patient had a positive patch test to salicylate and cinnamaldehyde, and was therefore treated with an exclusion diet avoiding these substances. After 4.5 months on the exclusion diet, a 75% reduction in symptoms was reported.
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Keywords: cheilitis granulomatosa; cinnamaldehyde; exclusion diet; patch testing; salicylate

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, City Hospital NHS Trust, Birmingham, UK

Publication date: 1997-01-01

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