Three different reaction patterns which may indicate oral Crohn’s disease or oro-facial granulomatosis (OFG). The difference between the two disease entities is that patients with OFG don’t present with intestinal signs of Crohn’s disease.
|(A) Lip swelling that can be found on either the upper or the lower lip.|
|(B) Typical mucosal ridges in the vestibulum.|
|(C) Swelling of the gingiva may also occur.|