This is what oral Kaposi's Sarcoma looks like.
Compare it to these crimson crescent lesions in the mouths of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome patients.
"Burke A. Cunha, MD, discovered what he called crimson crescents in the mouths of 80% of his CFS patients. After the word got out, Cunha received calls from other parts of the country. Physicians began telling him that they also were finding the crimson crescents in their patients once they looked for them."
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome patients may have undiagnosed internal Kaposi's Sarcoma. Susan Levin found HHV-8, the Kaposi's Sarcoma virus, in half of CFS patients she looked at.
Prevalence in the Cerebrospinal Fluid of the Following Infectious Agents in a Cohort of 12 CFS Subjects
Published online: 04 Dec 2011