Keywords:  epstein, barr, tongue, lesion, whitish
A whitish lesion that appears on the side of the tongue and inside cheeks, occurs in people with declining immunity and may be caused by Epstein-Barr virus. Back to the Top
A white lesion appearing on the tongue in patients with HIV; the lesion appears raised with a corrugated or "hairy" surface.   Click here to return to list
refers to whitish markings usually along the sides of the tongue which are due to infection with the mononucleosis virus (Epstein Barr virus, EBV)