A combination of two viruses living together, sometimes mistaken for thrush. Symptoms: "Hairy" or corrugated lesion or white patch that appears on the sides of the tongue.
A whitish, slightly raised lesion that appears on the side of the tongue. Thought to be related to Epstein-Barr virus infection, it was not observed before the HIV epidemic. See also Epstein-Barr Virus.
a condition characterized by white, raised lesions on the sides of the tongue or elsewhere in the mouth.