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81. Malnutrition

immediately and quickly, perform a finger or heel stick. Signs [ ] In those with malnutrition some of the signs of dehydration differ. Children; however, may still be interested in drinking, have decreased interactions with the world around them, have decreased urine output, and may be cool to touch. Site Sign Face Moon face (kwashiorkor), simian facies (marasmus) Eye Dry eyes, pale conjunctiva, Bitot's spots (vitamin A), periorbital edema Mouth Angular stomatitis, cheilitis, glossitis, spongy bleeding

2012 Wikipedia

82. Plummer-Vinson syndrome

Plummer-Vinson syndrome Plummer-Vinson syndrome - General Practice Notebook This site is intended for healthcare professionals General Practice Notebook | Medical search Plummer-Vinson syndrome Plummer Vinson syndrome is the formation of an oesophageal web above the aortic arch in association with concomitant iron deficiency in women. Sometimes there may be chronic atrophic glossitis, koilonychia, angular stomatitis and achlorhydria. The main complaint is of dysphagia. The condition

2010 GP Notebook

83. oesophageal web

oesophageal web oesophageal web - General Practice Notebook This site is intended for healthcare professionals General Practice Notebook | Medical search oesophageal web Plummer Vinson syndrome is the formation of an oesophageal web above the aortic arch in association with concomitant iron deficiency in women. Sometimes there may be chronic atrophic glossitis, koilonychia, angular stomatitis and achlorhydria. The main complaint is of dysphagia. The condition is premalignant and is associated

2010 GP Notebook

84. web(oesophageal)

web(oesophageal) web(oesophageal) - General Practice Notebook This site is intended for healthcare professionals General Practice Notebook | Medical search web(oesophageal) Plummer Vinson syndrome is the formation of an oesophageal web above the aortic arch in association with concomitant iron deficiency in women. Sometimes there may be chronic atrophic glossitis, koilonychia, angular stomatitis and achlorhydria. The main complaint is of dysphagia. The condition is premalignant

2010 GP Notebook

85. Paterson-Brown-Kelly syndrome

Paterson-Brown-Kelly syndrome Paterson-Brown-Kelly syndrome - General Practice Notebook This site is intended for healthcare professionals General Practice Notebook | Medical search Paterson-Brown-Kelly syndrome Plummer Vinson syndrome is the formation of an oesophageal web above the aortic arch in association with concomitant iron deficiency in women. Sometimes there may be chronic atrophic glossitis, koilonychia, angular stomatitis and achlorhydria. The main complaint is of dysphagia

2010 GP Notebook

86. clinical examination of the mouth and tongue

amyloidosis myxoedema the tongue is spastic in motor neurone disease Gums: bleeding gums are characteristic of: periodontal disease leukaemia scurvy hypertrophied gums may indicate chronic phenytoin use a blue line along the margin of the teeth indicates lead poisoning Teeth: yellow teeth may indicate tetracycline use in early life caries may be cause local and systemic infection hypoplastic teeth may indicate dentinogenesis imperfecta Hutchison's teeth are seen in congenital syphilis General: angular (...) stomatitis is common in iron deficiency aphthous ulceration leukoplakia herpes simplex infection pigmented lesions of Peutz-Jeghers syndrome white reticular lesions of lichen planus the tight mouth of scleroderma oropharyngeal cancer may present as an ulcer or a mass Links: General Practice Notebook General Practice Notebook The information provided herein should not be used for diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. A licensed medical practitioner should be consulted for diagnosis

2010 GP Notebook

87. examination (mouth and tongue)

in motor neurone disease Gums: bleeding gums are characteristic of: periodontal disease leukaemia scurvy hypertrophied gums may indicate chronic phenytoin use a blue line along the margin of the teeth indicates lead poisoning Teeth: yellow teeth may indicate tetracycline use in early life caries may be cause local and systemic infection hypoplastic teeth may indicate dentinogenesis imperfecta Hutchison's teeth are seen in congenital syphilis General: angular stomatitis is common in iron deficiency

2010 GP Notebook

88. sideropenic dysphagia

sideropenic dysphagia sideropenic dysphagia - General Practice Notebook This site is intended for healthcare professionals General Practice Notebook | Medical search sideropenic dysphagia Plummer Vinson syndrome is the formation of an oesophageal web above the aortic arch in association with concomitant iron deficiency in women. Sometimes there may be chronic atrophic glossitis, koilonychia, angular stomatitis and achlorhydria. The main complaint is of dysphagia. The condition is premalignant

2010 GP Notebook

89. esophageal web

esophageal web esophageal web - General Practice Notebook This site is intended for healthcare professionals General Practice Notebook | Medical search esophageal web Plummer Vinson syndrome is the formation of an oesophageal web above the aortic arch in association with concomitant iron deficiency in women. Sometimes there may be chronic atrophic glossitis, koilonychia, angular stomatitis and achlorhydria. The main complaint is of dysphagia. The condition is premalignant and is associated

2010 GP Notebook

91. Chronic urticaria: A cutaneous manifestation of celiac disease (Full text)

. It is increasingly identified as a cause for early or refractory osteoporosis. Occasionally, celiac disease presents with cutaneous manifestations alone. Dermatitis herpetiformis is a well-recognized cutaneous manifestation of celiac disease. Other cutaneous manifestations include alopecia, angular stomatitis and aphthous ulcerations. Described here is a case of a 24-year-old woman who presented with intermittent urticaria and gastrointestinal complaints. She was found to have celiac disease on small-bowel

2006 Canadian Journal of Gastroenterology PubMed abstract

92. Multiple micronutrient fortification of salt and its effect on cognition in Chennai school children. (Abstract)

was assessed in 7-11 year old school children in Chennai, India. In the experimental group (N=63), the food in the school kitchen was cooked with the fortified salt for a period of one year. The control group (N=66) consisted of day scholars who did not eat at the school. Hemoglobin, red blood cell count, hematocrit, serum vitamin A, urinary iodine and prevalence of angular stomatitis were measured at baseline and at the end of the study after one year. A battery of 7 memory tests (The personal information (...) cell count, urinary iodine and serum vitamin A whereas in the control group there was a statistically significant decline (p<0.05) in hemoglobin, hematocrit, red cell count and urinary iodine. Angular stomatitis was eliminated from baseline 30.4% in the experimental group whereas it increased from 3.25% to 25.5% in the control group. In 4 tests out of the 7 memory tests and in the letter cancellation test for attention, the mean increment in scores in the experimental group is significantly more (p

2007 Asia Pacific journal of clinical nutrition Controlled trial quality: uncertain

93. The prevalence of oral mucosal lesions in U.S. adults: data from the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1988-1994. (Abstract)

(27.9 percent) had a total of 6,003 lesions. Denture-related lesions (stomatitis, hyperplasia, ulcers, inflammation and angular cheilitis) composed 8.4 percent and tobacco-related lesions (smokeless tobacco-related and nicotinic stomatitis) composed 4.7 percent of all lesions. Discounting denture-related lesions, amalgam tattoos were the most prevalent lesions (3.30 percent), followed closely by cheek/lip bites (3.05 percent) and frictional white lesions (2.67 percent). Smokeless-tobacco users (odds

2004 Journal of the American Dental Association

94. Eruptive lingual papillitis with household transmission: a prospective clinical study. (Abstract)

were observed in all cases; intense salivation in 23 (61%) cases. The glossitis was characterized by inflammatory hypertrophy of the fungiform papillae on the tip and dorsolateral part of the tongue. Enlarged submaxillary or cervical lymph nodes were noted in 16 (42%) cases. Angular cheilitis was observed in four (11%) children. Spontaneous regression of the stomatitis occurred between the second and 15 days of clinical evolution. Mean duration was 7.3 days. Transmission to one or several members (...) Eruptive lingual papillitis with household transmission: a prospective clinical study. Eruptive lingual papillitis with household transmission (ELP) is an acute stomatitis of unknown cause occurring in children, with possible spread to one or several members of the family.To verify clinical features and search for clinical characteristics of ELP.A prospective case series, including an analysis of epidemiological and clinical factors, was conducted within private paediatric practices

2004 British Journal of Dermatology

95. Short Bowel Syndrome (SBS)

. Vitamin D depletion - poor growth, bowed extremities. Vitamin E deficiency - if severe, this can result in ataxia, oedema and depressed deep tendon reflexes. Vitamin K deficiency - petechiae, ecchymoses, purpura, or outright bleeding diatheses. Iron deficiency - pallor, spooned nails, glossitis. Zinc deficiency - angular stomatitis, poor wound healing, alopecia, scaly erythematous rash around the mouth, eye, nose and perineum. Differential diagnosis This may be wide-ranging and depending (...) ridges in the nails. Poor growth performance in children is characteristic. Deficiency of essential fatty acids (linoleic and linolenic) - growth restriction, dermatitis, alopecia. Vitamin A deficiency - corneal ulcerations, growth delays. B complex vitamins in general - stomatitis, cheilosis and glossitis. Vitamin B1 deficiency - oedema, tachycardia, ophthalmoplegia, depressed deep tendon reflexes. Vitamin B6 deficiency - peripheral neuropathies (also a feature of B12 deficiency) and seizures

2008 Mentor

96. Abdominal Examination

of the neck Palpate the supraclavicular fossa: Troisier's sign is left supraclavicular lymphadenopathy due to metastatic thoracic or abdominal malignancy. The supraclavicular node is known as Virchow's node on the left or the right. Examination of the mouth May show, for example, angular stomatitis (which may be due to iron deficiency), thrush, signs of dehydration, ulcers, etc. Inspection of the abdomen Note any distension, abdominal respiration, bruising, scars, stoma, herniae and any visible

2008 Mentor

97. Candidiasis

that is usually painless (in contrast with leukoplakia, which cannot be rubbed off). Most common in neonates. Acute erythematous oral candidiasis (acute atrophic oral candidiasis) : Marked erythema and soreness, especially on the tongue. It often follows oral thrush. It is common after oral antibiotics. Presents with marked soreness, particularly of the tongue. Chronic erythematous oral candidiasis (denture stomatitis or chronic atrophic oral candidiasis) : Redness of the denture-bearing area - rarely, also (...) soreness. It is common in denture users. Chronic plaque-like oral candidiasis (chronic hyperplastic oral candidiasis) : Persistent firm, white plaques on the cheek or tongue, that are not easily removed. It is most common in smokers and men aged >30 years. Median rhomboid glossitis : A central, red, area of papillary atrophy of the tongue. It usually occurs in smokers or those using corticosteroid inhalers. It can cause recurrent/chronic candidiasis. Angular cheilitis : Redness, fissuring and soreness

2008 Mentor

98. Non-anaemic Iron Deficiency

[ ] . Developmental delay. Restless legs syndrome [ ] . Signs There may be no signs. Possible signs of iron depletion (although more usually seen in IDA) are: Angular cheilitis or angular stomatitis. Atrophic glossitis. Nails which may show brittleness, ridging or koilonychia (spoon-shaped nails). Poor condition of skin or hair. Investigations [ , ] Initial investigation of iron status FBC and serum ferritin are the most useful initial tests for iron depletion in most people. FBC may show: Microcytosis - reduced

2008 Mentor

99. A Study of Amphotericin B in the Treatment of Fungal Infections of the Mouth in HIV-Infected Patients Who Have Not Had Success With Fluconazole

infection OR diagnosis of AIDS. Diffuse oral candidiasis, symptomatic or asymptomatic, that is resistant to fluconazole. Exclusion Criteria Co-existing Condition: Patients with the following symptoms or conditions are excluded: Current symptoms of esophageal candidiasis unless there are negative endoscopic visualization and biopsy for Candida or related yeasts. Perioral lesions only (e.g., angular stomatitis, perleche). Inability to swish and swallow oral solution. Inability to tolerate further oral

1999 Clinical Trials

100. The effect of medicated chewing gums on oral health in frail older people: a 1-year clinical trial. (Abstract)

(ACHX) group, a xylitol gum (X) group, or a no-gum (N) group. Subjects in the gum groups chewed two pellets for 15 minutes twice daily for 12 months.Primary outcome measures were salivary flow rate, denture debris score, prevalence of angular cheilitis, and denture stomatitis; secondary outcome measures were salivary levels of caries-associated microorganisms. A single examiner, who was blinded to group allocation, made all measurements at baseline before gum usage and at subsequent examinations (...) significantly increased (P <.05) in the X and N groups. Denture debris status was significantly lower in the ACHX and X groups than at baseline or in the N group (P <.01). The reductions of 91% and 75% in denture stomatitis and angular cheilitis prevalence, respectively, that occurred in the ACHX group were significantly greater (P <.01) than the reductions in the X group (denture stomatitis 62%, angular cheilitis 43%). Prevalence of denture stomatitis and angular cheilitis were not significantly changed

2002 Journal of the American Geriatrics Society Controlled trial quality: predicted high

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