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362 Possible Causes for Vincent's Angina

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  • Tonsillitis

    B. vincenti does not only cause Plaut-Vincent's angina, but also a more localised infection of the tonsil.[] angina); the increased recovery rate of encapsulated pigmented Prevotella and Porphyromonas spp. in acutely inflamed tonsils; their isolation from the cores of recurrently[] Necrotizing tonsillitis (Vincent's tonsillitis) 3 Etiology Tonsillitis is mostly triggered by bacteria, less frequently by viruses.[]

  • Gingivitis

    Varioius causes of gingivitis include: poor oral hygiene peridontal disease phenytoin treatment scurvy acute myeloid leukaemia Vincent's angina localised trauma e.g. ill-fitting[] Without treatment, acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis can spread. Gingivitis Symptoms Gingivitis symptoms can be tough to detect.[] Necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis There exists a type of disease, called necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis, which has very specific symptoms: Severe pain Bad breath Gums that[]

  • Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis

    As with most poorly understood diseases, Vincent angina goes by many other names including acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis (ANUG), acute membranous gingivitis, fusospirillary[] Vincent angina aka/or Acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis aka/or Acute ulcerative gingivitis aka/or ANUG aka/or Plaut-Vincent angina aka/or Trench mouth may be caused[] English necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis (Vincent's angina) or (trench mouth) ANUG Angina - Vincents Trench mouth Vincent angina Vincent's Angina Vincent's angina - pharyngitis[]

  • Acute Catarrhal Tonsillitis

    ’s angina Infectious mononucleosis Agranulocytosis Leukaemia Aphthous Ulcers Malignancy tonsil Traumatic ulcer Chronic Tonsillitis (Aetiology): Chronic Tonsillitis (Aetiology[] Necrotizing tonsillitis (Vincent's tonsillitis) 3 Etiology Tonsillitis is mostly triggered by bacteria, less frequently by viruses.[] Tonsilla tonsil (18 Nov 1997) Vincent's tonsillitis Angina limited chiefly to the tonsils, caused by Vincent's organisms (bacillus and spirillum). (05 Mar 2000) catarrhal[]

  • Stomatitis

    ’s angina 523.10 Chronic gingivitis, plaque induced 528.00 Stomatitis and mucositis, unspecified 528.2 Oral aphthae SNOMED 186659004 Herpangina 186963008 Vincent’s angina[] Interdental ulcers occur with primary herpes simplex or acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis.[] ulcerative gingivitis) Behçet disease (orogenital lesions) Nicotinic stomatitis Chronic ulcerative stomatitis (white middle-aged women) Prevalence Very common: herpetic stomatitis[]

  • Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome

    We present a patient with Paracoccidioidomycosis/HIV coinfection which has been investigated because of chronic monoarthritis and mucocutaneous lesions. A biopsy of the synovial membrane and skin revealed structures consistent with Paracoccidioides brasiliensis. At diagnosis, the count of CD4 T cells was 44[…][]

  • Gingivostomatitis

    angina Vincent's gingivitis[] The purpose of this paper is to report the results of a clinical and microscopic study of 69 cases of this disease, which is variously known as Vincent's stomatitis, Vincent's[] gingivitis to noma.[]

  • Pellagra

    Pellagra is a systemic disease caused by a deficiency in the B vitamin niacin (also known as vitamin B3 or nicotinic acid). However, it can also be brought about by poorly-balanced intake of amino acids. Pellagra is characterized by the classical symptoms of dermatitis, diarrhea and dementia. Pellagra is characterized[…][]

  • Common Cold

    Corynebacterium diphtheriae causes occasional cases of acute pharyngitis, as do mixed anaerobic infections (Vincent's angina), Corynebacterium haemolyticum, Neisseria gonorrhoeae[]

  • Viral Upper Respiratory Tract Infection

    Anaerobic pharyngitis (Vincent’s angina) presents with a purulent exudate and often a foul odor to the breath.[] A more severe form, known as acute necrotizing gingivitis (Vincent’s angina or trench mouth), presents with sudden onset of severe pain and necrosis of the gingiva, typically[]

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