ACTA MEDICA, Vol 63 No 3 (2020), 128–132
Iron Deficiency as Cause of Dysphagia and Burning Mouth (Plummer-Vinson or Kelly-Patterson Syndrome): Case Report
Vladimíra Radochová, Radovan Slezák, Jakub Radocha
zveřejněno: 01. 10. 2020
The clinical presentation of iron deficiency can be very heterogeneous, including various oral and other mucosal problems. Here, in this case, we report the patient with burning mouth and dysphagia symptoms where iron deficiency was found to be the underlying cause after several months of investigations. This clinical syndrome is called Plummer-Vinson syndrome. It is sporadic with an incidence less than 0.1% of patients suffering from iron deficiency anemia.
Klíčová slova: iron deficiency; anemia; dysphagia; burning mouth
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