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405 Possible Causes for Dental Caries, Recurrent Pneumonia

  • Sjögren Syndrome

    Prevention of dental caries in SS patients is important.[] […] bronchitis Pneumonia Pleurisy Interstitial lung disease Malabsorption B12 and other vitamin deficiencies Stomach upset Gastroparesis Dehydration Personal/vaginal dryness[] Biological factors in dental caries: role of saliva and dental plaque in the dynamic process of demineralization and remineralization (part 1).[]

  • Mucopolysaccharidosis

    CONCLUSION: Mothers' SOC of children/adolescents with MPS was associated with dental caries experience in their children.[] Dental Dental caries and abscessed teeth occur easily because the teeth are poorly formed and have fragile enamel, which causes susceptibility to infection and decay.[] Mouth and Throat Sore on lips Color/ cracks/ ulceration Oral cavity Mucus membrane color Gum-bleeding/ ulceration/ swelling Missing teeth Dental caries Tongue Odor from mouth[]

  • Common Variable Immunodeficiency

    All participants underwent examination for dental caries and periodontal disease. Blood and whole saliva samples were collected on the same day of the oral examination.[] We present an intriguing case of a 69-year-old man presenting with recurrent pneumonia caused by a rare organism Staphylococcus lugdunensis, eventually determined to be caused[] These include: • Pneumonia • Sinusitis • Ear infections • Gastrointestinal infections Recurrent pneumonia and chronic infections in the lungs can lead to lung damage called[]

  • Amyloidosis

    pneumonias and neoplasia.[] Amyloidosis in a 61-year-old man with recurrent episodes of pneumonia despite antibiotic treatment.[] Narrowing of airways can cause wheezing, distal atelectasis, recurrent pneumonia or lobar collapse, and solitary nodules may be mistaken for endobronchial neoplasia [ 78,[]

  • 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[] We present a 4-year-old boy with massive ossification secondary to recurrent aspiration pneumonia.[] Dental caries are mainly caused by cariogenic streptococci and lactobacilli.[]

  • Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

    […] erosions, caries Neck: nodes, masses Lungs: wheezes, crackles Ears: hearing loss, middle ear effusions (evidence does not support gastroesophageal reflux as a cause of otitis[] Some of these atypical symptoms may include: Laryngitis-Chronic Cough-Hoarseness or Voice Disturbances Bronchitis and/or Asthma Recurrent Pneumonia Sleep Apnea Acid erosion[] pneumonia Pain while swallowing Dental erosion Diagnosis and Treatment Gastroenterologists, doctors who specialize in digestive disorders, generally treat GERD symptoms prior[]

  • Asthma

    Patients taking asthma medication may be at risk of dental caries, dental erosion, periodontal diseases and oral candidiasis.[] Other nonspecific symptoms in infants or young children may be a history of recurrent bronchitis, bronchiolitis, or pneumonia; a persistent cough with colds; and/or recurrent[] Jaakkola, Asthma and Caries: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis, American Journal of Epidemiology, 174, 6, (631), (2011) ., Asthma and oral health: a review, British Dental[]

  • Dementia

    Suboptimal oral health (gingivitis, dental caries, tooth loss, edentulousness) appears to be associated with increased risk of developing cognitive impairment and dementia[] […] aspiration pneumonia, abnormal swallowing evaluations, abnormal nutritional parameters, preference of family or carers and advanced directives. (4) Health care setting or[] […] female (2) Type of dementia whether Alzheimer's disease, vascular dementia, Lewy Body or a rarer syndrome. (3) Indication for enteral feeding (if data available), including recurrent[]

  • Alzheimer Disease

    Xi Chen, Xian-Jin Xie and Lixi Yu, The pathway from cognitive impairment to caries in older adults, The Journal of the American Dental Association, 10.1016/j.adaj.2018.07.015[]

  • Congenital Neutropenia

    She had extensive dental caries, which is not common in patients with Kostmann syndrome.[] Untreated patients may suffer from chronic gingivitis, oral ulcers, skin abscesses, recurrent pneumonia, or septicemia [1].[] Congenital neutropenia renders the patient very susceptible to infectious diseases, which manifests in form of recurrent, severe pneumonia, dermatitis, stomatitis and periodontitis[]

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