Less common oral lesions associated with HIV infection: prevalence and classification.

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This paper deals with a number of group II and III lesions, ie lesions definitely but less commonly, and lesions possibly associated with HIV infection, respectively. Salivary gland disease includes dry mouth and/or swelling of major salivary glands, often as a part of CD8-lymphocytosis syndrome. Xerostomia occurs commonly (2-10%) in HIV-infected… (More)

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