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Cawson's Essentials of Oral Pathology and Oral Medicine
Principles of investigation and diagnosis of disorders of development of teeth and related tissues, and diseases of the oral mucosa: non infective stomatitis. Expand
Oral and Dental Aspects of Chronic Renal Failure
Worldwide, increasing numbers of persons have CRF; thus, oral health care staffs are increasingly likely to provide care for patients with such disease, and the current knowledge of the oral and dental aspects of chronic renal failure is reviewed. Expand
Oral mucosal disease: recurrent aphthous stomatitis.
Diagnosis is on clinical grounds alone, and must be differentiated from other causes of recurrent ulceration, particularly Behçet disease - a systemic disorder in which aphthous-like ulcers are associated with genital ulcers, and eye disease (particularly posterior uveitis). Expand
An update of the etiology and management of xerostomia.
A large number of potential systemic therapies of long-standing xerostomia now exist, and particularly immunosuppressants-are of fundamental interest for the potential reduction of gland damage in Sjögren's syndrome but as yet are of limited clinical usefulness. Expand
Mucosal disease series. Number VI. Recurrent aphthous stomatitis.
Treatment of RAS remains unsatisfactory, as most therapies only reduce the severity of the ulceration and do not stop recurrence, but drugs, especially non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and nicorandil can often control RAS. Expand
Assessment of the European classification criteria for Sjögren's syndrome in a series of clinically defined cases: results of a prospective multicentre study. The European Study Group on Diagnostic…
- C. Vitali, S. Bombardieri, +22 authors M. Wattiaux
- Annals of the rheumatic diseases
- 1 February 1996
This prospective study confirmed the high validity and reliability of the classification criteria for Sjögren's syndrome recently proposed by the European Community Study Group. Expand
Herpes Simplex Virus Type 1 infection: overview on relevant clinico-pathological features.
Recurrent HSV-1 infection within the mouth is uncommon in otherwise healthy patients, although in immunocompromised patients, recurrent infection can be more extensive and/or aggressive. Expand
Emergence of azole drug resistance in Candida species from HIV-infected patients receiving prolonged fluconazole therapy for oral candidosis.
- E. Johnson, D. Warnock, J. Luker, S. Porter, C. Scully
- Biology, Medicine
- The Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy
The experience with C. albicans in patients with HIV infection, suggests that the long-term azole drug use may be an important factor in the development of fluconazole resistance as such resistance was rare and transient in patients on intermittent short-term treatment. Expand
Update on diabetes mellitus and related oral diseases.
The present article summarizes current knowledge of DM and details the oral and dental implications of this common endocrine disorder. Expand
Management of recalcitrant ulcerative oral lichen planus with topical tacrolimus.
- F. Kaliakatsou, T. Hodgson, J. Lewsey, A. Hegarty, A. Murphy, S. Porter
- Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology
Topical tacrolimus is effective therapy for erosive or ulcerative oral lichen planus and caused a statistically significant improvement in symptoms within 1 week of commencement of therapy. Expand