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230 Possible Causes for Dental Caries, Lung Abscess

  • Aspiration Pneumonia

    This paper presents data from the third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES III) describing the prevalence of dental caries and periodontal diseases in[] These bacteria are relatively common in selected types of lung infections including aspiration pneumonia, lung abscess, necrotizing pneumonia and emphyema.[] Bacterial infection: infection of the lower airways may lead to empyema, lung abscess, acute respiratory failure and acute lung injury.[]

  • Dental Caries

    When this happens, a dental caries (or tooth decay) begins.[] A case is reported in which an intra-oral focus of sepsis is thought to have resulted in the patient developing multiple brain abscesses without the presence of lung infection[] Dental caries, otherwise known as tooth decay, is one of the most prevalent chronic diseases of people worldwide; individuals are susceptible to this disease throughout their[]

  • Periapical Abscess

    With successful treatment, the abscess will resolve, but the underlying dental issues, such as caries and dental decay must be managed properly.[] Abscesses inside your body may not be obvious and can damage organs, including the brain, lungs and others. Treatments include drainage and antibiotics.[] Dental caries Dental caries destroys the enamel and the dentin. When this happens, the bacteria have easier access to reach the pulp of the tooth.[]

  • Actinomycosis

    All patients with CFA had dental caries, seven (35%) with periodontal disease and 10 (50%) had type-2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM).[] PEOPLE AT RISK WITH ACTINOMYCOSIS• Having a dental disease or recent dental surgery (for jaw abscess)• Aspiration (liquids or solids are sucked into lungs) (for lung abscess[] caries, gingival margins, tonsillar crypts and GI tract People with very poor dental hygiene and those that are immunosuppressed are predisposed Affects mandibulofacial area[]

  • Pulmonary Actinomycosis

    caries, gingival margins, tonsillar crypts and GI tract People with very poor dental hygiene and those that are immunosuppressed are predisposed Affects mandibulofacial area[] Actinomyces species are rare causes of necrotizing pneumonias that often masquerade as malignancy, lung abscesses and tuberculosis.[] The clinical symptoms and radiological changes of this disease are non-specific and sometimes it can be misdiagnosed, usually as tuberculosis, lung cancer or lung abscess.[]

  • Streptococcus Viridans

    A 26-year-old male patient with mitral valve prolapse and HLA-B27 antigen received endodontic treatment for dental caries.[] abscess, and five (38%) with both empyema and lung abscess (Table 1).[] The organisms are most abundant in the mouth, and one member of the group, S. mutans, is the etiologic agent of dental caries.[]

  • Staphylococcal Pneumonia

    Strep mutans strep pneumonia strep mitis strep viridans What strep shows up as green on a blood agar What Strep causes dental caries and cavities?[] —Lobectomy for postpneumonic lung abscess in infancy and childhood. Surgery , 44 : 741, 1958. PubMed Google Scholar 12. Nyham, W. L. and Fousek, M. D.[] […] of the lung where massive pieces of lung tissue fall into an abscess cavity Serratia marcescens may cause bronchopneumonia Frequently from aspiration of gastric contents[]

  • Streptococcus Pyogenes Pneumonia

    Strep mitis Strep mutans – causes dental caries Strep oralis Strep sanguinis S.milleri/anginosus group (S.constellatus, S.intermedius, S.anginosus) – can be beta or alpha-hemolytic[] abscess 22.[] Gingivitis- The more dental plaque that accumulates on the teeth the more likely a patient will develop gingivitis.[]

  • Halitosis

    Dental caries is the scientific term for tooth decay or cavities. It is caused by specific types of bacteria.[] Some Diseases can also cause bad breath- Chronic lung infections and lung abscesses can produce very foul-smelling breath.[] Lung diseases: If you suffer from lung abscesses (pockets of pus) or chronic lung infections you can develop very severe halitosis.[]

  • Perinephric Abscess

    It is usually the result of necrosis and infection of dental pulp following dental caries.[] abscess]) 002: (For open visceral drainage, see 32200 [lung abscess or cyst], 47010 [liver abscess or cyst], 48510 [pseudocyst of pancreas], 50020 [perirenal or renal abscess[] Superior extension may present as subphrenic abscess or penetrate the diaphragm resulting in empyema, lung abscess, or perinephrobronchial fistula. [2], [3], [4] In our patient[]

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