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Figure 2: Different grades of oral mucositis (Radiotherapy Oncology Group scoring criteria), (a) Grade 1 mucositis showing mild changes in the lining mucosa, (b) Grade 2 patchy mucositis that produces inflammatory serosanguinous discharge in the buccal mucosa, (c) Grade 3 confluent mucositis involving buccal mucosa, lip, and tongue, (d) Grade 4 mucositis showing ulceration and hemorrhage alimentation not possible

Figure 2: Different grades of oral mucositis (Radiotherapy Oncology Group scoring criteria), (a) Grade 1 mucositis showing mild changes in the lining mucosa, (b) Grade 2 patchy mucositis that produces inflammatory serosanguinous discharge in the buccal mucosa, (c) Grade 3 confluent mucositis involving buccal mucosa, lip, and tongue, (d) Grade 4 mucositis showing ulceration and hemorrhage alimentation not possible