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21. Aphthous ulcer

by the resulting anaemia. Folate deficiency — suspect if the person has history of a diet poor in sources of folate, or of heavy alcohol use. Pallor, fatigue, weakness, decreased exercise tolerance, and shortness of breath with exercise may be caused by the resulting anaemia. Iron deficiency — suspect if the person has glossitis, angular stomatitis, and spooning of the nails. Pallor, fatigue, weakness, decreased exercise tolerance, and shortness of breath with exercise may result from anaemia. Coeliac disease (...) for biopsy to rule out malignancy. Have I got the right topic? Have I got the right topic? From age 5 years onwards. This CKS topic covers the management of aphthous ulcers. These are also known as aphthous stomatitis, aphthae, or canker sores. This CKS topic does not cover the management of ulceration due to infection with the herpes simplex virus, or ulcers due to other causes. There are separate CKS topics on , (which includes cold sores), , and . The target audience for this CKS topic is healthcare

2017 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

22. Candida - oral

disseminated disease involving multiple organs. The most common forms of oral candidiasis are pseudomembranous candidiasis (often called oral thrush), erythematous candidiasis (also known as atrophic oral candidiasis), denture stomatitis, and angular cheilitis. Other forms include hyperplastic oral candidiasis (plaque-like oral candidiasis) and median rhomboid glossitis. See the section on for more information. [ ; ; ; ; ] Causes and risk factors What are the causes and risk factors? There are over 20 (...) by Candida albicans . There are different types of oral candidiasis, including pseudomembranous candidiasis (often called oral thrush [which commonly affects neonates]), denture stomatitis (which commonly affects denture wearers), and chronic plaque-like candidiasis (which commonly occurs in men older than 30 years of age, and smokers). Comorbidities that increase the risk of candidal infections include diabetes mellitus, severe anaemia, and immunocompromise (such as due to chemotherapy, radiotherapy

2017 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

23. Same-Day Treatment With Genvoya vs. EFV/TDF/3TC

ART, according to two criteria: (1) HIV medication readiness questionnaire; and (2) social worker assessment; WHO Stage 1 or 2 disease, as defined by the following conditions: asymptomatic; persistent generalized lymphadenopathy; unexplained weight loss (under 10%); recurrent upper respiratory tract infections; herpes zoster; angular chelitis; recurrent oral ulcerations; papular pruritic eruptions; seborrheic dermatitis; or fungal nail infections. Female participants may be enrolled (...) 1 month; unexplained persistent fever (intermittent or constant for longer than 1 month); persistent oral candidiasis; oral hairy leukoplakia; pulmonary tuberculosis; severe bacterial infections (e.g. pneumonia, empyema, meningitis, pyomyositis, bone or joint infection, bacteremia, severe pelvic inflammatory disease); or acute necrotizing ulcerative stomatitis, gingivitis or periodontitis. Clinical evidence of cirrhosis (ascites or encephalopathy); Anticipated need for hepatitis C therapy during

2017 Clinical Trials

24. Clinical Profile and Significance of Mucocutaneous Lesions of Primary Sjögren's Syndrome: A Large Cross-sectional Study with 874 Patients (PubMed)

for 20.7%. Multiple mucocutaneous manifestations were displayed, and the top four most common types of lesions were purpuric eruptions (39.8%), urticaria (23.8%), Raynaud's phenomenon (14.9%), and angular stomatitis (9.9%). Incidences of pulmonary interstitial fibrosis, pulmonary bullae, leukopenia, and anemia were significantly higher among patients with mucocutaneous lesions (P < 0.05). Increase in IgG and decrease in C4 among patients with mucocutaneous lesions displayed statistical significance

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2017 Chinese medical journal

25. Oral Manifestations in Pediatric Patients with Coeliac Disease – A Review Article (PubMed)

published in English from 2000 to April of 2017. The article is also based on the authors' clinical experience with children with coeliac disease. The searched keywords were "coeliac disease ","oral manifestations ", "dental enamel defects", "recurrent aphthous stomatitis" and "oral aphthous ulcers".There are some oral manifestations which are strictly related to coeliac disease: dental enamel defects, recurrent aphthous stomatitis, delayed tooth eruption, multiple caries, angular cheilitis, atrophic

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2017 The open dentistry journal

26. Medical treatment of ectopic pregnancy: a committee opinion

initial therapy Vaginal bleeding or spotting Abdominal pain Gastric distress, nausea, and vomiting Stomatitis Dizziness Severe neutropenia (rare) Reversible alopecia (rare) Pneumonitis (rare) Note: MTX¼ methotrexate. Practice Committee. Medical treatment of ectopic pregnancy. Fertil Steril 2013. 642 VOL. 100 NO. 3 / SEPTEMBER 2013 ASRM PAGESCOSTANALYSIS Approximately40%ofwomendiagnosedwithanectopicpreg- nancyarecandidatesformedicalmanagement(35),and90%of those can be treated successfully (...) DR Jr. Methotrexate prophylaxis for persistent ectopic pregnancy after conservative treatment by salpingostomy. Obstet Gynecol 1997;89:118–22. 49. Gracia CR, Brown HA, Barnhart KT. Prophylactic methotrexate after linear salpingostomy: a decision analysis. Fertil Steril 2001;76:1191–5. 50. JourdainO,FontangesM,SchianoA,RauchF,GonnetJM.Managementof other ectopic pregnancies (cornual, interstitial, angular, ovarian). J Gynecol Obstet Biol Reprod (Paris) 2003;32:S93–100. 51. Chin HY, Chen FP, Wang CJ

2013 Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology

27. Oral pathology in inflammatory bowel disease (PubMed)

with CD are as follows: indurate mucosal tags, cobblestoning and mucogingivitis, deep linear ulcerations and lip swelling with vertical fissures. The most common non-specific manifestations, such as aphthous stomatitis and angular cheilitis, occur in both diseases, while pyostomatitis vegetans is more pronounced in patients with UC. Non-specific lesions in the oral cavity can also be the result of malnutrition and drugs. Malnutrition, followed by anemia and mineral and vitamin deficiency, affects

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2016 World Journal of Gastroenterology

28. Chronic Myeloproliferative Neoplasms Treatment (PDQ®): Health Professional Version

has been confirmed in a randomized, prospective trial, which demonstrated lower rates of cardiovascular death and major thrombosis using this hematocrit target.[ , ] The target level for women may need to be lower (e.g., hematocrit <40%), but there are no empiric data to confirm this recommendation.[ ] Complications of phlebotomy include the following: Progressive and sometimes extreme thrombocytosis and symptomatology related to chronic iron deficiency, including pica, angular stomatitis

2015 PDQ - NCI's Comprehensive Cancer Database

29. Myeloproliferative Disorders, Chronic

data to confirm this recommendation.[ ] Complications of phlebotomy include the following: Progressive and sometimes extreme thrombocytosis and symptomatology related to chronic iron deficiency, including pica, angular stomatitis, and glossitis. Dysphagia that is the result of esophageal webs (very rare). Possibly muscle weakness. (Refer to the PDQ summary on for more information.) In addition, progressive splenomegaly or pruritus not controllable by antihistamines may persist despite control

2012 PDQ - NCI's Comprehensive Cancer Database

31. Candidiasis (Overview)

A Hidalgo, MD; Chief Editor: Michael Stuart Bronze, MD Share Email Print Feedback Close Sections Sections Candidiasis Overview Practice Essentials Candidiasis (see the image below) is a fungal infection caused by yeasts from the genus Candida . Candida albicans is the predominant cause of the disease. Soreness and cracks at the lateral angles of the mouth (angular cheilitis) are a frequent expression of candidiasis in elderly individuals. Courtesy of Matthew C. Lambiase, DO. Signs and symptoms Chronic (...) the following: Sore and painful mouth Burning mouth or tongue Dysphagia Thick, whitish patches on the oral mucosa Physical examination reveals a diffuse erythema and white patches that appear on the surfaces of the buccal mucosa, throat, tongue, and gums. The following are the 5 types of OPC: Membranous candidiasis - One of the most common types; characterized by creamy-white, curdlike patches on the mucosal surfaces Chronic atrophic candidiasis (denture stomatitis) - Also thought to be one of the most

2014 eMedicine.com

33. Postcricoid Area, Malignant Tumors

aspects include glossitis, angular stomatitis, koilonychia, and microglossia. The latter abnormalities are encountered with much less frequency than dysphagia brought about by the webs and hypochromic anemia. Various studies place the rate of Plummer-Vinson syndrome and postcricoid cancer coincidence at 4-16%. This number ranges quite widely, even within studies from the same country. Coincidence seems highest in the United Kingdom and areas with populations of Scandinavian descent and lowest

2014 eMedicine Surgery

34. Dermatologic Manifestations of Gastrointestinal Disease (Diagnosis)

syndrome (Patterson-Brown-Kelly syndrome) Signs of include the mucocutaneous findings of koilonychia (brittle, spoon-shaped nails; see the image below) early loss of teeth, development of cheilosis, atrophy of the tongue, and angular stomatitis, along with iron deficiency anemia and the clinical complaint of dysphagia. [ , ] The disease is rare in patients younger than 30 years, and women are affected in 80-90% of cases. Although the earlier diagnosis of iron deficiency and the ready availability

2014 eMedicine.com

35. Dermatologic Manifestations of Hematologic Disease (Diagnosis)

is believed to diminish disulfide bond formation, which consequently reduces nail-plate pliability. Changes also occur in the oral mucosa and on the tongue. Of 378 patients with iron deficiency, 14% had angular stomatitis and almost half had alterations in tongue papillae, either a change to the filiform type or atrophy. [ , ] Diffuse hair thinning is reported in female blood donors and is believed to be caused by a decrease in the iron storage pool. Changes in hair quality, primarily increased splitting

2014 eMedicine.com

37. Candidiasis, Mucosal (Diagnosis)

. Dermatology . 3rd ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Elsevier Saunders; 2012. Sect. 12. Media Gallery Pseudomembranous candidiasis. Erythematous candidiasis in HIV/AIDS. Denture-related stomatitis; a common form of oral candidiasis. From Scully C, Flint SF, Bagan JV, Porter SR, Moos K. Atlas of Oral and Maxillofacial Diseases. 2010. Informa, London. Angular cheilitis; a common form of oral candidiasis, typically seen in patients with denture-related stomatitis, especially those in whom the denture needs adjustment (...) can be divided into the following four subtypes: Acute pseudomembranous candidiasis (thrush): The classic multiple white-flecks on the tongue, buccal mucosa, and palate Chronic hyperplastic candidiasis: Thick white plaques on the buccal mucosa and labial commissures Acute atrophic (erythematous) candidiasis: Erythematous patches on the palate Chronic atrophic candidiasis (denture stomatitis): A form of erythematous candidiasis, resulting from poorly fitted dentures causing a burning, sore mouth

2014 eMedicine.com

38. Candidiasis (Diagnosis)

A Hidalgo, MD; Chief Editor: Michael Stuart Bronze, MD Share Email Print Feedback Close Sections Sections Candidiasis Overview Practice Essentials Candidiasis (see the image below) is a fungal infection caused by yeasts from the genus Candida . Candida albicans is the predominant cause of the disease. Soreness and cracks at the lateral angles of the mouth (angular cheilitis) are a frequent expression of candidiasis in elderly individuals. Courtesy of Matthew C. Lambiase, DO. Signs and symptoms Chronic (...) the following: Sore and painful mouth Burning mouth or tongue Dysphagia Thick, whitish patches on the oral mucosa Physical examination reveals a diffuse erythema and white patches that appear on the surfaces of the buccal mucosa, throat, tongue, and gums. The following are the 5 types of OPC: Membranous candidiasis - One of the most common types; characterized by creamy-white, curdlike patches on the mucosal surfaces Chronic atrophic candidiasis (denture stomatitis) - Also thought to be one of the most

2014 eMedicine.com

40. Endemic Syphilis (Diagnosis)

. Nontender, generalized lymphadenopathy is common, painful osteoperiostitis in the long bones (eg, tibia) can occur, and angular stomatitis resembling that caused by vitamin B deficiency can be seen. The secondary stage can persist for 6-9 months. See the image below. Second-stage condylomata lata lesions. Tertiary and late stages The development of tertiary and late-stage disease usually occurs 6 months to years after inoculation. Destruction of the bone and the cartilage in the formation of gummatous

2014 eMedicine.com

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