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Gingivosis

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Presentation

  • Covering pathologic conditions by clinical appearance, Oral Pathology: Clinical Pathologic Correlations, 6th Edition uses an atlas-style format to help you identify, diagnose, and plan treatment for oral disease presentations.[books.google.de]
  • The purpose of this case report is to present a case of desquamative gingivitis, with its clinical and microscopic features presented along with a brief review of the literature.[ejgd.org]
  • There is a middle ground for some who think gingivitis occurs when certain factors are present in an individual (such as when the gingivitis-causing bacteria are present in an individual with poor dental hygiene, etc.).[medicinenet.com]
  • Patients with gingivitis present with: Puffy, dusky red, swollen gums Gums which are tender and bleed easily Foul breath Patients with the more advanced periodontitis may present with: Swollen, tender, receding bright red or purplish gums New spaces between[dermnetnz.org]
  • Areas of tissue destruction (necrosis) or ulceration may develop, and fever and halitosis may be present in severe disease. The most common cause of gingivitis is the accumulation of dental plaque on exposed tooth surfaces.[britannica.com]
Inflammation
  • This older term is applied to desquamative gingivitis. gingivosis a chronic, diffuse inflammation of the gums, with desquamation of the papillary epithelium and mucous membrane.[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • […] gingivosis (jin″jĭ-vo sis) a chronic, diffuse inflammation of the gums, with desquamation of the papillary epithelium and mucous membrane. Found on gingivosis Synonym for chronic desquamative gingivitis ...[encyclo.co.uk]
  • Look at other dictionaries: Gingivitis — Gum disease with inflammation of the gums. On inspection, the gums will appear red and puffy, and will usually bleed during tooth brushing or dental examination.[medicine.academic.ru]
  • . * * * gin·gi·vo·sis (jin″jĭ voґsis) chronic desquamative gingivitis … Medical dictionary Gingivitis — Gum disease with inflammation of the gums.[medical_chinese.enacademic.com]
Pain
  • ·ma·tive gin·gi·vi·tis a clinical term for a gingival condition of unknown etiology, usually encountered in middle-aged and older women, characterized by erythema, mucosal atrophy, and desquamation, and usually accompanied by a burning sensation and pain[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • A clinical term for a gingival condition of unknown aetiology, usually encountered in middle-aged and older women, characterised by erythema, mucosal atrophy, and desquamation, and usually accompanied by a burning sensation and pain; diagnosis is usually[encyclo.co.uk]
Dentist
  • Accuracy of entries is verified by an expert review board including dentists and dental hygienists. Colored thumb bleeds make it easy to locate definitions quickly.[books.google.de]
  • Your dentist may recommend brushing and flossing after every meal and at bedtime. Ask your dentist or dental hygienist to show you how to properly brush and floss your teeth. Your dentist may suggest devices to help remove plaque deposits.[medlineplus.gov]
  • Your dentist may advise you not to eat, drink or brush your teeth for two hours after using the chlorhexedine mouth rinse.[livestrong.com]
  • Regular checkups with a dentist are also important. A dentist is able to remove plaque and calculus (hardened plaque) that is too dense to be removed by a toothbrush or dental floss.[emedicinehealth.com]
  • Initially, the dentist is likely to request a sample be taken to determine the pathology of the infection.[periodontaldiseasetreatment.org]
Surgical Procedure
  • Evaluate the soft tissues 10 to 14 days later. answer is E carranza clinical periodontology 9th edition page 642 This is one of the most common surgical procedures.[adcprep.wordpress.com]
  • Drug given to a haemophiiic child before surgical procedures to control bleeding? a) Penicillin b) Epsilon aminocaproic acid c) Phenytoin d) Menandione Ans: B 64.[mdsclasses.com]
  • Diagnosis was made after ct and usg after which operation was don what was the surgical procedure performed pancreatojejunostomy 14.patient who had surgery for duodenal ulce presents with epigastric pain more during night which gets realieved on taking[aippg.net]
Candidiasis
  • […] palate High-arched palate Palatal cysts of the newborn Inflammatory papillary hyperplasia Stomatitis nicotina Torus palatinus Oral mucosa – Lining of mouth Amalgam tattoo Angina bullosa haemorrhagica Behçet's disease Bohn's nodules Burning mouth syndrome Candidiasis[en.wikipedia.org]
  • […] acquisita Contact stomatitis Endocrine disease Estrogen deficiencies following oophorectomy and in postmenopausal stage Testosterone imbalance Hypothyroidism Aging Abnormal response to bacterial plaque Idiopathic Chronic infection Tuberculosis Chronic candidiasis[ejgd.org]
  • Read more » Thrush Candidiasis Thrush is the common name for a mouth infection caused by an overgrowth of the Candida fungus, which normally lives in many people's mouths.[colgateprofessional.com]
Sputum
  • […] ocp- a.norethensterone b.lovogestor c.madroxyprogesterone 7.in a patient with reduced renal function, what is done to decrease toxicity due to contrast agent-- a.hypoosmotin solution b.fendopalm c.nacetyl cystine d.manitol 8.pregnant woman with new sputum[aippg.net]
Hemoptysis
  • Indications (Sicilian Sumac) — Bacteria (1; FNF); Biliousness (f; DEP); Candida (1; FNF); Cholera (f; DEP); Diarrhea (f; DEP; FNF); Dysentery (f; DEP; FNF); Dyspepsia (f; DEP; FNF); Gastrosis (f; EB49:406); Gingivosis (f; DEP); Hematemesis (f; DEP); Hemoptysis[what-when-how.com]
Dyspepsia
  • Indications (Sicilian Sumac) — Bacteria (1; FNF); Biliousness (f; DEP); Candida (1; FNF); Cholera (f; DEP); Diarrhea (f; DEP; FNF); Dysentery (f; DEP; FNF); Dyspepsia (f; DEP; FNF); Gastrosis (f; EB49:406); Gingivosis (f; DEP); Hematemesis (f; DEP); Hemoptysis[what-when-how.com]
  • There may be difficulty breathing, dysphagia (difficulty swallowing), and/or dyspepsia (discomfort in the upper abdomen), especially if the lump becomes large.[aippg.net]
Diarrhea
  • Indications (Sicilian Sumac) — Bacteria (1; FNF); Biliousness (f; DEP); Candida (1; FNF); Cholera (f; DEP); Diarrhea (f; DEP; FNF); Dysentery (f; DEP; FNF); Dyspepsia (f; DEP; FNF); Gastrosis (f; EB49:406); Gingivosis (f; DEP); Hematemesis (f; DEP); Hemoptysis[what-when-how.com]
  • NSAIDS may cause some side effects, such as constipation, diarrhea, intestinal gas, ulcers, lightheadedness, nervousness or ringing in the ears. Tell your doctor if you have any unusual problems that worsen or do not go away while taking ibuprofen.[livestrong.com]
Vomiting
  • Gingivosis (f; DEP); Hematemesis (f; DEP); Hemoptysis (f; DEP); Hepatosis (1; FNF); Infection (1; FNF); Inflammation (1; FNF); Leucorrhea (f; DEP); Ophthalmia (f; DEP); Sore (f; DEP); Stomachache (f; EB49:406); Ulcer (f; EB49:406; FNF); Virus (1; FNF); Vomiting[what-when-how.com]
  • […] continues anteriorly as... 1.fascia lata 2.deep cervical fascia 3 MASSETERIC FASCIA 12secondary polycythemia is caused by a/e ans- myeloproliferative disorder 13 sphroblastic anemia - increased osmotic fragility 14All r true abt propofol exept causes vomiting[aippg.net]
Hematemesis
  • Indications (Sicilian Sumac) — Bacteria (1; FNF); Biliousness (f; DEP); Candida (1; FNF); Cholera (f; DEP); Diarrhea (f; DEP; FNF); Dysentery (f; DEP; FNF); Dyspepsia (f; DEP; FNF); Gastrosis (f; EB49:406); Gingivosis (f; DEP); Hematemesis (f; DEP); Hemoptysis[what-when-how.com]
Heart Disease
  • Workshop of the International Taskforce for Prevention of Coronary Heart Disease, Naples, Italy, 19 May 2001.[eurekamag.com]
  • But under certain circumstances, these microorganisms are associated with health problems such as stroke and heart disease. Diabetes is not only a risk factor for gum disease, but gum disease may make diabetes worse.[webmd.com]
  • Periodontal disease and coronary heart disease risk. JAMA. 2000 Sep 20. 284(11):1406-10. [Medline]. Wu T, Trevisan M, Genco RJ, et al.[emedicine.medscape.com]
  • It's the No. 1 cause of death and disability in the United States today, with almost 700,000 Americans dying of heart disease each year. That represents almost 29% of all deaths in the United States.[colgateprofessional.com]
  • disease- a.give low dose levothyroxine b.thyroid mass implantation c.full dose levo 27not used in migrane prophylaxis- a.propranolol b.topiramate c.flunarizine d.phenytoin/ca channel blocker 28.antiviral which is an integrase inhibitor-raltigralvir 29[aippg.net]
Hypotension
  • Astragalin — Aldose-Reductase-Inhibitor IC30 1 jM, IC62 10 jM; Antileukemic; Expectorant; Hypotensive; Immunostimulant. Avicularin — Aldose-Reductase-Inhibitor IC32 1 jM, IC84 10 jM; Antiseptic; Cyclooxyge-nase-Activator 100 jM; Diuretic.[what-when-how.com]
  • Ans. is von Willebrandâ s diseaseâ as it has increased bleeding time 3.Prolaction does not have a hypothalamic release hormone. 4.A/E OF ACE inhibitorsâ all exceptâ does not cause postural hypotensionâ they do cause postural hypotension acc. to Tripathi[aippg.net]
Periodontitis
  • Meaning of Gingivosis Gingivosis or gingivitis is a non-destructive periodontal disease.[herald-news.com]
  • The treatment of Localised Juvenile Periodontitis is frequently supplemented with tetracycline because flora involved is predominant 74.[coursehero.com]
  • Periodontitis The term “periodontitis” is used to describe the later, more severe stages of gum disease.[listerine.com]
  • […] pregnancy outcomes. [13] However, treatment of periodontal disease in pregnancy has not been shown to improve pregnancy outcomes. [14] Periodontitis coexisting with bacterial vaginosis is associated with higher vaginal bacterial counts. [15] Periodontitis[emedicine.medscape.com]
Halitosis
  • Halitosis (bad breath) Halitosis is the medical name for bad breath. The most common cause of bad breath is tiny food particles trapped in your teeth and mouth.[healthdirect.gov.au]
  • Areas of tissue destruction (necrosis) or ulceration may develop, and fever and halitosis may be present in severe disease. The most common cause of gingivitis is the accumulation of dental plaque on exposed tooth surfaces.[britannica.com]
  • Halitosis ( bad breath ), in which the breath begins to take on a foul odor, may be present in more severe forms of gingivitis. When Should Someone Seek Medical Care for Gingivitis? For simple gingivitis, work with a dentist.[emedicinehealth.com]
  • Gingivosis is related most commonly to a ) High progesterone b) Low estrogen and testosterone c) Pregnancy d) … Ans: 123.Periodontometer is used for a) Tooth mobility b) Periodontal pocket c) GCF d) Halitosis Ans: a)Tooth mobility 124.[mdsaspirants.blogspot.com]
  • Read more » Bad Breath (Halitosis) Bad breath (also known as halitosis) is breath containing an unpleasant odor. Read more » What are dental crowns and tooth bridges Both crowns and most bridges are fixed prosthetic devices.[colgateprofessional.com]
Dental Caries
  • Journal of Dentistry for Children 14(3): 6-11, 1947 Dental caries experience in postwar Italy (1945). 2. Among teenage children in Naples. J. Pediat, 31: 431-439, 1947 Dental caries experience in postwar Italy (1945): II.[eurekamag.com]
  • Of all the factors that increase the resistance of teeth to dental caries THE MOST EFFECTIVE is 79.[coursehero.com]
  • Dental Caries (Cavities) Dental caries is the medical term for tooth decay or cavities. It is caused by acid erosion of tooth enamel.[colgateprofessional.com]
  • A child suffering from acute leukaemia is susceptible to a) Dental caries b) Oral infections c) Deveiopemnt of jaw deformities d) All of the above Ans B 18.[mdsclasses.com]
Gingival Ulceration
  • Ulcerative gingivitis (disorder) ICD 10 CM 2017, (Clinical Modification) for coding of death certificates and mortality data.[averbis.com]
  • Ulcerative gingivitis Applies To Chronic gingivitis NOS Gingivitis NOS ICD-9-CM Volume 2 Index entries containing back-references to 523.10 : Disturbance - see also Disease keratinization NEC Gingivitis 523.10 chronic 523.10 desquamative 523.10 hyperplastic[icd9data.com]
  • Abnormal response of tissue to a specific agent such as food, drugs, mouthwash, dentrifice, (esp flavoring agents and tarter control agents) clinical characteristic of allergic gingivits fiery red gingiva, possible gingival ulcerations, tissues slough[quizlet.com]
Gingival Swelling
  • The presence of dental plaque, a sticky substance on the teeth, will inevitably cause gingivitis. Swelling, redness, pain, and bleeding of the gums are signs of gingivitis. Swelling of the gums is referred to as gingival hyperplasia.[emedicinehealth.com]
  • All of the following statements about acute leukaemia in children are true EXCEPT a) Myelomonocytic variety and causes gross gingival swellings b) May cause bleeding gums (or) pallor mucosa c) It is usually of the lymphobiastic variety d) By slow enlargement[mdsclasses.com]
Ulcer
  • […] gingivoperiodontitis Necrotizing ulcerative gingivoperiodontitis Necrotizing ulcerative gingivoperiodontitis (disorder) O/E - gingivitis On examination - gingivitis On examination - gingivitis (disorder) Papillary gingivitis Papillary gingivitis (disorder[averbis.com]
  • , ulcerating, ulceration, ulcerative 707.9 gingivitis 523.10[icd9data.com]
  • Chlorhexidine 0.12 - 0.2% - rinse mouth for 1 minute BD with 5 ml diluted with 5 - 10 ml water (adult dose) primary cause for mucosal ulceration or inflammation (aphthous ulcers, oral lichen planus, herpes simplex infection, oral cancer) needs to be evaluated[gpnotebook.co.uk]
  • ‘Acute ulcerative gingivitis (Vincent's disease) results from severe infection of the gums and is extremely painful.’ ‘Other oral conditions including dental abscesses, caries, gingivitis and oral ulceration (herpetic or bacterial) may occur.’[en.oxforddictionaries.com]
  • […] f; DEP; FNF); Gastrosis (f; EB49:406); Gingivosis (f; DEP); Hematemesis (f; DEP); Hemoptysis (f; DEP); Hepatosis (1; FNF); Infection (1; FNF); Inflammation (1; FNF); Leucorrhea (f; DEP); Ophthalmia (f; DEP); Sore (f; DEP); Stomachache (f; EB49:406); Ulcer[what-when-how.com]
Erythema
  • […] of the gums, with desquamation of the papillary epithelium and mucous membrane. chron·ic des·qua·ma·tive gin·gi·vi·tis a clinical term for a gingival condition of unknown etiology, usually encountered in middle-aged and older women, characterized by erythema[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • A clinical term for a gingival condition of unknown aetiology, usually encountered in middle-aged and older women, characterised by erythema, mucosal atrophy, and desquamation, and usually accompanied by a burning sensation and pain; diagnosis is usually[encyclo.co.uk]
Eruptions
  • […] gingivitis Eruptive gingivitis (disorder) Foreign body gingivitis Foreign body gingivitis (disorder) Generalised marginal gingivitis Generalized marginal gingivitis Generalized marginal gingivitis (disorder) Gingival disease caused by bacteria Gingival[averbis.com]
  • The gingival flap disappears when the tooth is fully erupted. Many wisdom teeth do not erupt and are termed impacted. During menopause, a desquamative gingivitis may occur. It is characterized by deep red, painful gingival tissue that bleeds easily.[merckmanuals.com]
  • […] fracture Occlusal Tooth loss Edentulism Tooth wear Abrasion Abfraction Acid erosion Attrition Periodontium ( gingiva, periodontal ligament, cementum, alveolus ) – Gums and tooth-supporting structures Cementicle Cementoblastoma Gigantiform Cementoma Eruption[en.wikipedia.org]
  • […] contact gingivostomatitis Allergic gingivitis Chronic fibroedematous gingivitis Chronic fibrous gingivitis Chronic gingival condition Chronic gingivitis Chronic marginal gingivitis Chronic pericoronitis Cotton-roll gingivitis Desquamative gingivitis Eruptive[icd9data.com]
  • They are also the last teeth to emerge, or erupt, usually when a person is between 16 and 20.[colgateprofessional.com]
Suggestibility
  • Suggest your own translation to Longdo Advertisement Advertisement คำศัพท์ล่าสุด EN: prenuptial agreement, conduciveness, interim JP: 漏電, つんでれ;ツンデレ, 痛み DE: Kohldampf, Staatsbürger, Lieblingsbeschäftigung FR: Genève, charcuterie, espérance Others: จิ้น[dict.longdo.com]
  • The American Dental Association suggests that initial spread of those gingivitis-causing bacteria (and many others) spread from mothers to their children.[medicinenet.com]
  • Periodontal destruction does not result from the conversion of a predominantly T cell to a predominantly B cell lesion as has been suggested, but rather from episodes of acute inflammation.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • Pathogenesis:  Current data suggest that OLP is a T cell-mediated autoimmune disease in which auto-cytotoxic CD8 T cells trigger apoptosis of oral epithelial cells.  However, the precise cause of OLP is unknown.[es.slideshare.net]
  • Your dentist may suggest devices to help remove plaque deposits. These include special toothpicks, toothbrushes, water irrigation, or other devices. You still must brush and floss your teeth regularly.[medlineplus.gov]
Burning Sensation
  • […] ic des·qua·ma·tive gin·gi·vi·tis ( kron'ik des-kwahm'ă-tiv jin'ji-vī'tis ) A gingival condition of unknown etiology in middle-aged and older women, characterized by erythema, mucosal atrophy, and desquamation, and usually accompanied by a burning sensation[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • A clinical term for a gingival condition of unknown aetiology, usually encountered in middle-aged and older women, characterised by erythema, mucosal atrophy, and desquamation, and usually accompanied by a burning sensation and pain; diagnosis is usually[encyclo.co.uk]

Workup

Candida
  • Indications (Sicilian Sumac) — Bacteria (1; FNF); Biliousness (f; DEP); Candida (1; FNF); Cholera (f; DEP); Diarrhea (f; DEP; FNF); Dysentery (f; DEP; FNF); Dyspepsia (f; DEP; FNF); Gastrosis (f; EB49:406); Gingivosis (f; DEP); Hematemesis (f; DEP); Hemoptysis[what-when-how.com]
  • Read more » Thrush Candidiasis Thrush is the common name for a mouth infection caused by an overgrowth of the Candida fungus, which normally lives in many people's mouths.[colgateprofessional.com]
  • Candida C. Cryptococcus D.[aippg.net]
Capnocytophaga
  • Bacteria involved in the etiology of gingivitis include specific species of Streptococcus, Fusobacterium, Actinomyces, Veillonella, and Treponema and possibly Bacteroides, Capnocytophaga, and Eikenella.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • Similar, specific unusual, gram (-) anaerobic bacteria-AA and capnocytophaga 6. other bacteria that could be involved is P. Gingivalis, P. Intermedia, E. Corrodens, C. Rectus 7. PMN's are defective.[quizlet.com]

Treatment

  • Full-color photomicrographs help you identify pathologic elements and provide correct diagnoses and treatment plans. Boxes and tables offer clear, at-a-glance information on the clinical features, diagnosis, and treatment for many conditions.[books.google.de]
  • Treatment is by improved cleaning, with more frequent and longer brushing and… … Medical dictionary desquamative gingivitis — an inflammatory condition characterized by tendency of the surface epithelium of the gingivae to desquamate.[medicine.academic.ru]
  • The treatment of Localised Juvenile Periodontitis is frequently supplemented with tetracycline because flora involved is predominant 74.[coursehero.com]
  • Jour Dental Res: 669, 1949 Hypolipidemic treatment in children and young adults. Workshop of the International Taskforce for Prevention of Coronary Heart Disease, Naples, Italy, 19 May 2001.[eurekamag.com]

Prognosis

  • Therefore, controlling the risk factors individually will lead to a favorable prognosis in reversing and curing the disease.[emedicinehealth.com]
  • Long term prognosis for the condition is good, however, it is also very common for the condition to re-emerge and require follow up treatments during the first year after the initial treatment.[periodontaldiseasetreatment.org]

Etiology

  • […] gingivosis [ jin″jĭ-vo sis ] a chronic, diffuse inflammation of the gums, with desquamation of the papillary epithelium and mucous membrane. chron·ic des·qua·ma·tive gin·gi·vi·tis a clinical term for a gingival condition of unknown etiology, usually encountered[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • Expanded sections on etiology, treatment, and diagnosis of oral cancer (HPV) describe how subtypes can play an important role in the development and natural history of some head and neck cancers, most notably those arising in the oropharynx.[books.google.de]
  • McCarthy et al. concluded that a classification based on etiology permits a rational therapeutic approach. Identification of the underlying etiology of desquamative gingivitis originally depended solely on clinical and histologic criteria.[ejgd.org]
  • Bacteria involved in the etiology of gingivitis include specific species of Streptococcus, Fusobacterium, Actinomyces, Veillonella, and Treponema and possibly Bacteroides, Capnocytophaga, and Eikenella.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • Etiology Gingivitis can be Plaque induced (due to poor oral hygiene) Non–plaque-induced Almost all gingivitis is plaque induced.[merckmanuals.com]

Epidemiology

  • Epidemiology Frequency United States Frequency is difficult to determine because of the lack of agreement on measurement criteria.[emedicine.medscape.com]
  • […] the following is most useful in diffentiating an acute periodontal abscess from pa abscess -type of exhudate- -nature of swelling -intensity of pain -result of periodontal probing 18. which index would u use to access the severity of periodontitis in epidemiological[aippg.net]
Sex distribution
Age distribution

Pathophysiology

  • Pathophysiology The most common type of gingivitis involves the marginal gingiva and is brought on by the accumulation of microbial plaques in persons with inadequate oral hygiene.[emedicine.medscape.com]

Prevention

  • Expanded section on bisphosphonate-related osteonecrosis of the jaws helps you effectively manage patients taking bisphosphonates to prevent bone loss, including information on oral complications, risk factors, and benefits.[books.google.de]
  • Workshop of the International Taskforce for Prevention of Coronary Heart Disease, Naples, Italy, 19 May 2001.[eurekamag.com]
  • Unfortunately, this preventable disease can cause loss of teeth if not treated. Is Gum Disease common? Despite being preventable, gingivitis is quite common. An estimated 3 out of 4 American adults have gingivitis, the earliest form of gum disease.[listerine.com]
  • Recent Examples on the Web While triclosan added to toothpaste has been shown to help prevent gingivitis, there's no evidence that antibacterial soaps and body washes containing triclosan provide any extra benefits, according to the Food and Drug Administration[merriam-webster.com]
  • Good oral hygiene helps prevent bad breath. Certain medical conditions can also cause bad breath. Other factors causing bad breath include strong-flavoured foods, such as garlic and onion, and smoking.[healthdirect.gov.au]

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