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1,480 Possible Causes for Leukemia, Periodontitis

  • Congenital Neutropenia

    One bone marrow-transplanted patient had no periodontal disease.[] CN is a preleukemic syndrome with a risk of approximately 20% to develop leukemia.[] Myeloid disorders caused by the CSF3R mutations include severe congenital neutropenia, chronic neutrophilic leukemia, and atypical chronic myeloid leukemia.[]

  • Kostmann Syndrome

    The samples were taken before and 24 months after periodontal treatment.[] G-CSF receptor anomaly -the intra-cellular carboxy terminal region- was noted in a few patients (6 out of 54), initially in two patients who later developed secondary leukemia[] A long-term complication of KS is the higher incidence of myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) and leukemia (acute myeloid leukemia in particular), among those affected.[]

  • Periodontitis

    Initial periodontal therapy was implemented based on a clinical diagnosis of severe chronic periodontitis.[] Poor Diet Old Age Tobacco & Substance Use Hormonal Factors (pregnancy & menopause) Dental Work that is not fitted properly Diseases that affect your immunity (HIV/AIDS, Leukemia[] Obesity Inadequate nutrition, including vitamin C deficiency Genetics Certain medications that cause dry mouth or gum changes Conditions that cause decreased immunity, such as leukemia[]

  • Gingivitis

    Human tissue biopsies from sites with gingival health (n 29), gingivitis (n 8), and periodontitis (n 21) as well as gingival tissue after treated periodontitis (n 6) were[] Gingivitis due to leukemia Leukemia can cause gingivitis. In fact, gingivitis is the first sign of disease in about 25% of children with leukemia.[] It is not known if and when gingivitis transforms into periodontitis.[]

  • Familial Neutropenia

    At initial examination, the 15-year-old male and the 10-year-old female had severe periodontitis, whereas the 13-year-old male had oral ulcerations but no significant periodontal[] Like AIDS and Leukemia, having severe BFN isn’t what proves to be fatal but the multitude of infections an individual goes though and the inability of the immune system to[] Causes of Monocytosis and Monocytopenia Monocytosis Hematologic disorders Leukemia Acute myelogenous leukemia Chronic myelogenous leukemia Lymphoma (Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin[]

  • Cyclic Neutropenia

    Cyclic neutropenia (CN) is a rare congenital disease that can present with recurrent oral ulcers and periodontitis.[] This young woman's case suggests that cyclic neutropenia may represent a previously unrecognized premalignant state associated with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.[] We wish to describe the same phenomenon in a patient with chronic granulocytic leukemia who received GM-CSF (Sandoz) after T cell depletion in order to accelerate hematological[]

  • Myocardial Infarction

    The main outcome measures included total periodontal pathogen burden, number of the various periodontal pathogens in the subgingival biofilm, and periodontal treatment needs[] Distribution of ABO blood groups in childhood acute leukemia.[] Periodontal infections and coronary heart disease: role of periodontal bacteria and importance of total pathogen burden in the Coronary Event and Periodontal Disease (CORODONT[]

  • Gingival Hyperplasia

    Sometimes a second treatment phase involving periodontal surgery is necessary.[] The oral manifestations of acute leukemia are reviewed.[] AML M5 is a subtype of acute myeloid leukemia and specifically refers to leukemia with monocytic blasts.[]

  • Plasma Cell Gingivitis

    The aim of this case series is to ascertain the clinical efficacy of professional oral hygiene and periodontal therapy in younger individuals with a histologically confirmed[] Since PCG mimics lesions associated with leukemia and myeloma an early diagnosis of the condition is vital.[] 2016 2017 2018 2019 Non-Billable/Non-Specific Code Applicable To Plasmacytic leukemia Plasma cell leukemia Approximate Synonyms Leukemia, plasma cell Plasma cell leukemia[]

  • Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

    Smoking, uncontrolled diabetes mellitus, and periodontal disease might be predisposing factors for oral NHL. [Indexed for MEDLINE] Free full text[] Further studies are required to clarify the pathogenetic relationship between chronic myeloid leukemia and non-Hodgkin lymphomas.[] Intraosseous lymphomas of the head and neck region are extremely rare and can mimic other diseases such as periodontitis or periapical pathologies.[]

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