Corpus ID: 44906855

Isolation and Identification of some Oral Microorganisms from Healthy Sud anese Smokers and Oral Cancer Patients

@inproceedings{Abdalla2017IsolationAI,
  title={Isolation and Identification of some Oral Microorganisms from Healthy Sud anese Smokers and Oral Cancer Patients},
  author={Maie Abdalla and Mona Alrasheed Bashir and Ahmed M. Alhaj and Yasir Mohamed Abdelrahim},
  year={2017}
}
This study was conducted to identify any possible association between the different microorganisms within oral cavity of smokers and oral cancer patients. Isolates were collected from 30 volunteers; smokers and oral cancer patients during August and October 2013 in Khartoum Dental Hospital, Sudan. Swabs were obtained from both patients and smokers who were not diagnosed as diabetics or immunosuppressed. Administration of antibiotic, steroid or other treatment were taken in concern as well as… Expand

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