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101. Malnutrition at age 3 years and lower cognitive ability at age 11 years: independence from psychosocial adversity. (Full text)

children originally assessed at age 3 years for malnutrition (low hemoglobin level, angular stomatitis, kwashiorkor, and sparse, thin hair) and followed up to age 11 years.A community sample of 1559 children (51.4% boys and 48.6% girls) born between September 1, 1969, and August 31, 1970, in 2 towns in the island of Mauritius, with 68.7% Indians and 25.7% Creoles (African origin).Verbal and spatial ability measured at ages 3 and 11 years and reading, scholastic ability, and neuropsychologic performance

2003 Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine PubMed abstract

102. angular cheilitis

angular cheilitis angular cheilitis - General Practice Notebook This site is intended for healthcare professionals General Practice Notebook | Medical search angular cheilitis Angular stomatitis describes erythema and maceration of the skin adjacent to the angle of the mouth. It is often seen in the elderly where it is predisposed to by sagging facial muscles and ill-fitting dentures which produce a fold in the angle of the mouth. The most common cause is Candida infection but where (...) there is crusting, secondary infection with Staphylococcal aureus must be considered. Less common causes of angular stomatitis include: contact allergy atopic or seborrhoeic dermatitis vitamin B deficiencies iron deficiency The treatment is dependent on the cause. Empirical treatment is with the use of miconazole-hydrocortisone cream (daktacort) for 7 days - this combination will reduce inflammation and treat candida infection; also many gram positive bacteria including streptococci and staphylococci

2010 GP Notebook

103. angular stomatitis

angular stomatitis angular stomatitis - General Practice Notebook This site is intended for healthcare professionals General Practice Notebook | Medical search angular stomatitis Angular stomatitis describes erythema and maceration of the skin adjacent to the angle of the mouth. It is often seen in the elderly where it is predisposed to by sagging facial muscles and ill-fitting dentures which produce a fold in the angle of the mouth. The most common cause is Candida infection but where (...) there is crusting, secondary infection with Staphylococcal aureus must be considered. Less common causes of angular stomatitis include: contact allergy atopic or seborrhoeic dermatitis vitamin B deficiencies iron deficiency The treatment is dependent on the cause. Empirical treatment is with the use of miconazole-hydrocortisone cream (daktacort) for 7 days - this combination will reduce inflammation and treat candida infection; also many gram positive bacteria including streptococci and staphylococci

2010 GP Notebook

104. What are the common causes of angular cheilitis and what are the most effective treatments?

with Staphylococcal aureus must be considered. Less common causes of angular stomatitis include: contact allergy atopic or seborrhoeic dermatitis vitamin B deficiencies iron deficiency The treatment is dependent on the cause. The use of vioform-hydrocortisone cream (hydrocortisone 1%, clioquinol 3%) will reduce inflammation and treat staphylococcal or Candida infection.” The American Journal of Family Practice published an article on the topic. Their ‘evidence-based answer’ stated: “Cheilitis is a broad term (...) that describes inflammation of the lip surface characterized by dry scaling and fissuring. Specific types are atopic, angular, granulomatous, and actinic. Angular cheilitis is commonly seen in primary care settings, and it specifically refers to cheilitis that radiates from the commissures or corners of the mouth. Other terms synonymous with angular cheilitis are perlèche, commissural cheilitis, and angular stomatitis. Evidence reveals that topical ointment preparations of nystatin or amphotericin B treat

2007 TRIP Answers

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