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267 Possible Causes for Herpes Labialis, Sinusitis

  • Influenza

    The main complications are secondary bacterial infections of the sinuses or lungs (pneumonia).[]

  • Viral Disease

    See separate leaflets called Acute Sinusitis , Tonsillitis , Sore Throat , Laryngitis , Pleurisy , Bronchiolitis , and Pneumonia for the other types of infection shown in[] labialis Herpes simplex Herpesviridae Herpetic whitlow Human cytomegalovirus I Imjin virus Infectious causes of cancer Isla Vista virus K Khabarovsk virus Kunjin virus L[] Examples of illnesses that are caused by viruses: Most sore throats Most coughs, colds and runny noses Acute sinusitis Acute bronchitis Some eye or ear infections Respiratory[]

  • Mucocele

    Furthermore, CB mucocele with orbital invasion and secondary frontal sinusitis has not been reported previously.[] labialis Macrocheilia Microcheilia Nasolabial cyst Sun poisoning Trumpeter's wart Tongue Ankyloglossia Black hairy tongue Caviar tongue Crenated tongue Cunnilingus tongue[] Bentley JM, Barankin B, Guenther LC (2003) A review of common pediatric lip lesions: herpes simplex/recurrent herpes labialis, impetigo, mucoceles, and hemangiomas.[]

  • Aphthous Stomatitis

    New section on healing of the normal tooth socket, and pathology of osseointegration and sinusitis.[] Smoking, herpes labialis and socioeconomic status correlated with the outcome. only male adolescents were interviewed.[] Prevention Oral Effects of Medications Gingival Hyperplasia Dental Erosion Xerostomia Alcohol, Tobacco, & Cannabis Substance Use Disorders Common Oral Lesions Chapter Objectives Herpes[]

  • Dental Abscess

    Sinusitis Sinusitis is an infection of the small air-filled cavities inside your skull.[] labialis) Dental abscess Dental plaque Denture Irritations and Infections Denture stomatitis (prosthetic stomatitis) Dry socket Erosion Fluorosis (dental) Gingival hyperplasia[] Read more about sinusitis .[]

  • Pneumococcal Infection

    Sinusitis The sinuses are air-filled spaces in the bone of the face. Pneumococcus is the most common cause of sinusitis.[] Child; Drug Resistance, Microbial; Humans; Meningitis, Bacterial; Otitis Media; *Pneumococcal Infections; Pneumococcal Vaccines; Respiratory Tract Infections; Risk Factors; Sinusitis[] (sinusitis) How do pneumococcal infections spread?[]

  • Mycoplasma Pneumonia

    Owing to febrile illness accompanied by herpes labialis, he had been taking amoxicillin for a week without improvement.[] On rare occasions, youngsters may develop croup and a sinus infection (sinusitis).[] Rarely, complications such as sinusitis, pleurisy, polyneuritis, myocarditis, or Stevens-Johnson syndrome may follow the pneumonia.[]

  • Trigeminal Neuralgia

    In our group, postoperative diplopia was reported in 1 case, masticatory muscle weakness in 3 cases, and herpes labialis in 19 cases.[] The trigeminal nerve provides all sensation, including pain, to the face, teeth, mouth, sinuses, meninges (coverings of the brain) and blood vessels of the head.[] Activation of herpes labialis occurs in one third and permanent masseter weakness is seen in a small proportion of patients. 7 99 132 Although sensory change is usually thought[]

  • Pneumococcal Pneumonia

    The pneumococcal bacteria can spread from the upper respiratory tract to the sinuses or ears where it results in relatively minor infections, however it can also spread to[] Upper Respiratory Infections : they gain access through the eustachian tube to the middle ear causing otitis media , or into the sinuses causing sinusitis OR 2.[] Streptococcus pneumoniae (pneumococcus), a bacterium, causes a number of disease states, Pneumonia Bacteremia (“blood poisoning”) Meningitis (infected spinal fluid compartment) Sinusitis[]

  • Periapical Abscess

    The cases of two children with periapical abscess in the upper incisors, sinusitis, and intracranial abscess are described.[] labialis Macrocheilia Microcheilia Nasolabial cyst Sun poisoning Trumpeter's wart Tongue Ankyloglossia Black hairy tongue Caviar tongue Crenated tongue Cunnilingus tongue[] Maxillary sinusitis may develop from the extension of periodontal disease.[]

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