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103 Possible Causes for Oral Mucosal Disorder, Vitamin Deficiency, Weight Loss

  • Malnutrition

    In contrast, outcomes from hunger strikes and famines are usually fatal after weight loss to about 40% below expected body weight, corresponding to BMI 12 to 13 kg/m(2) in[] Here we describe cases of scurvy and vitamin D deficiency in 2 children with cognitive disorders.[] More precisely, ageing is linked with problems in oral health like loss of teeth, caries, oral dryness, periodontal diseases, painful mucosal disorders and decreased masticatory[]

  • Stomatitis

    Pain and difficulty swallowing may limit food and water intake, leading to dehydration and weight loss.[] Extreme vitamin deficiencies can result in mouth inflammation, as can certain blood disorders.[] mucosal disorder.[]

  • Anorexia Nervosa

    Anorexia nervosa is a medical and psychological disorder classically seen in young women who present with significant weight loss, a distorted body image, and an intense fear[] Vitamin B12 (B12) deficiency is known to be associated with various neurological manifestations.[] CONCLUSIONS: ED display a wide array of oral mucosal lesions that can be regarded as their early manifestations.[]

  • Systemic Scleroderma

    Lastly, substances used to minimize appetite and contribute to weight loss (derivatives of phenylethylamine ) are also believed to trigger systemic sclerosis.[] Drugs (such as cocaine, pentazocine, bleomycin, penicillamine and vitamin K). Radiation therapy. Physical trauma. Vitamin D deficiency.[] Those with the diffuse form of the disease may also experience fatigue, depression and loss of appetite leading to malnutrition and weight loss.[]

  • Recurrent Oral Ulceration

    Especially for infants and small children, careful assessment for decreased feeding, short-term weight loss and poor urine output are important.[] There are some factors that may predispose a person to developing aphthous ulcers which include: Trauma Vitamin deficiencies (e.g. iron, folate or vitamin B1, B2, B6 & B12[] […] recurrence. [1] RAS is one of the most common oral mucosal disorders affecting nonkeratinized mucosa, causing much pain and interference with mastication and speech.[]

  • Congenital Malabsorption of Folic Acid

    Loss and Lung Nodules 411 Case 65 A Woman with Difficulty Walking and Ataxia 415 Case 66 A Man with Progressive Neuropathy and Congestive Heart Failure 422 Case 67 An Elderly[] Causes of Vitamin B 12 Deficiency States Once vitamin B 12 deficiency is confirmed, a search for the etiology should be initiated.[] There can be leukopenia and thrombocytopenia, diarrhea and/or oral mucositis, hypoimmunoglobulinemia, and other immunologic dysfunction resulting in infections, most often[]

  • Folic Acid Deficiency

    […] of appetite and weight loss Weakness, Sore tongue, Headaches, Heart palpitations, Depression, Irritability, and behavioral disorders.[] […] are vitamin D deficient.[] • a decline in mental performance Folic acid deficiency can be manifested by: • an increase in homocysteine in the blood • mucosal changes in the oral cavity • gastrointestinal[]

  • Uremia

    […] coronary calcification, Volume overload, Pericardial effusions and pericarditis -Pulm - pulmonary edema due to volume overload -GI - nausea/vomiting, anorexia, hiccups, weight[] D deficiency can be treated orally or intravenously with 1,25(OH)2 vitamin D-3 (calcitriol).[] mucosal disorder.[]

  • Pancytopenia

    A 27-year-old male patient who presented to the emergency room with complaints of sweating, palpitations, heat intolerance, insomnia and weight loss for the last 3 months.[] Laboratory investigations revealed severe vitamin B12 (cobalamin) deficiency.[] A male patient aged40, presented with fever, chill, renal dysfunction,[Sentence dictionary] pancytopenia and lower gastrointestinal bleeding starting with oral mucosal ulcer[]

  • Aphthous Stomatitis

    loss and scarring.[] Etiology of recurrent aphthae is genetic predisposition, systemic diseases (virus, certain vitamin deficiency, gastric disorders), and autoimmune disorder and psychogenesis[] BACKGROUND: Recurrent aphthous stomatitis (RAS) is a common oral mucosal disorder of unclear etiopathogenesis.[]

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