gingivostomatitis


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Related to gingivostomatitis: herpetic gingivostomatitis

gingivostomatitis

[¦jin·jə·vō‚stō·mə′tīd·əs]
(medicine)
An inflammation of the gingiva and oral mucosa.
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Honey can help in herpes simplex gingivostomatitis in children: Prospective randomized double blind placebo controlled clinical trial.
(%) Fever 397 (74.9) 220 (76.9) Oral ulcerations 224 (42.3) 101 (35.3) Gingivostomatitis 79 (14.9) 36 (12.6) Eruption 456 (86.0) 268 (93.7) Vesicular eruption 355 (70.3) 226/278 (81.3) Nonvesicular eruption 160 (30.2) 94 (32.9) Localizations of eruption, no.
Lymphadenopathy is found in case of: -primary herpetic gingivostomatitis -varicella
Because of their antiviral and antifungal effects, EAPs can be used in immunocompromised individuals against opportunistic infections such as candidiasis and herpetic gingivostomatitis. The activity of [beta]-defensins against HIV holds potential for drugs that are more efficacious with lesser side effects than existing drugs for AIDS.
Concurrent oral shedding of feline calicivirus and herpesvirus 1 in cats with chronic gingivostomatitis. Oral Microbiol Immunol.
(1) HSV-1 is the agent of many diseases such as gingivostomatitis, sore throat (pharyngitis), herpetic whitlow, keratoconjunctivitis, herpes encephalitis and meningitis.
(3) Oral lesions can also resemble Herpes simplex gingivostomatitis, but they are typically smaller and more uniform compared to Herpes simplex gingivostomatitis lesions.
Clayton A Cats can develop red and inflamed gums, and ulcers on the tongue, with a condition called gingivostomatitis.
Early research indicated that Lactobacillus acidophilus DDS-1, from UAS Laboratories, was effective in treating gingivostomatitis, an acute inflammation of the mouth and gums.
HSV-1 is a highly prevalent pathogen causing primary infections which present clinically as herpes labialis or as primary herpetic gingivostomatitis. About 12% of primary HSV-1 infections are associated with symptoms, e.g.
Primary infections may be manifest as severe gingivostomatitis. HSV-2 is considered a sexually transmitted disease.
HSV-1 causes gingivostomatitis in infants and children and recurrent cold sores in most people.