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1741. Impact of Probiotics on Oral Microbiota in Older Adults With Dysphagia

(dissolved in thickened liquid, as needed) Ability to return to UWHC for week 2 and week 4 visits. Exclusion Criteria Currently taking antibiotics or probiotics Actively receiving immunosuppressive therapy Non-oral feeding with inability to swallow probiotic diagnosis of head and neck cancer or upper airway disease prior surgery to the head and neck region that would have affected the muscles of swallowing or the salivary glands history of chemotherapy or radiation to the head and neck region severe (...) See Sponsor: University of Wisconsin, Madison Information provided by (Responsible Party): University of Wisconsin, Madison Study Details Study Description Go to Brief Summary: The overall purpose of this study is to characterize the effect of probiotics on the oral microbiota in older adults with dysphagia at risk for pneumonia. Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase Dysphagia Drug: VSL#3 Early Phase 1 Detailed Description: The goal of this pilot study is to characterize the effects

2018 Clinical Trials

1742. Interventions for Patients With Alzheimer's Disease and Dysphagia

of Wisconsin, Madison Information provided by (Responsible Party): University of Wisconsin, Madison Study Details Study Description Go to Brief Summary: The overall purpose of this project is to develop effective dysphagia rehabilitative interventions for patients with Alzheimer's Disease at risk for pneumonia development. Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase Dementia Dysphagia Device: Isometric tongue strengthening Drug: Biotene Early Phase 1 Detailed Description: This career development (...) Interventions for Patients With Alzheimer's Disease and Dysphagia Interventions for Patients With Alzheimer's Disease and Dysphagia - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Interventions for Patients

2018 Clinical Trials

1743. Epithelial Mesenchymal Transition Markers in OSMF

, fibrosis of the oral mucosa, leading to lips, tongue, and palate rigidity and finally trismus. As the disease is progressively debilitating and has potential to turn in to malignant cancer a study was designed to assess if there any tissue or saliva markers that can be assessed for early diagnosis and indicate malignant transformation if any. Participants who had OSMF and habit history, patients without OSMF but habit history formed the case group where as normal patients without OSMF and no habit (...) to potentially malignant and to squamous cell carcinoma, the stroma also changes from normal to activated or tumor associated called as the stromal reaction. 10 EMT can generate mesenchymal cells that express α-smooth muscle actin (αSMA), as seen in myofibroblasts. It is, however, unclear whether functional myofibroblasts seen in fibrosis or cancer derived from epithelial or endothelial cells Hence EMT markers in OSMF were assessed in this study. the following markers chosen as: miRNA-21 regulates cell

2018 Clinical Trials

1744. Clinical heterogeneity of human parvovirus B19 infection following adult liver transplantation. Full Text available with Trip Pro

, the onset time from liver transplantation varied from 29 to 415 days, anemia improved in 5 patients, 2 deaths occurred due to parvovirus-related morbidities, 1 patient died from de novo carcinoma of the tongue 2 years later and unrelated to parvovirus, 2 other recipients are still alive.Human parvovirus B19 infectious disease is a rare but clinically significant infection whose comorbidities will bring about more attentions. (...) Clinical heterogeneity of human parvovirus B19 infection following adult liver transplantation. Severe aplastic anemia and its secondary comorbidities associated with human parvovirus B19 infection is a rare and sometimes refractory complication following liver transplantation.We retrospectively reviewed data for 217 adult liver transplant recipients from donations after death in China March 2013 through May 2017, 5 patients with human parvovirus B19 infectious diseases were teased out

2018 Medicine

1745. Incidentally detected ectopic thyroid in juxta cardiac location—Imaging and pathology Full Text available with Trip Pro

Incidentally detected ectopic thyroid in juxta cardiac location—Imaging and pathology Ectopic thyroid gland is a developmental anomaly that results from the arrest of thyroid tissue along its path of descent from the floor of mouth to the pre tracheal position in the lower neck. It is typically found along the thyroglossal duct with the base of the tongue being the most common site. Apart from mediastinal extension of goiter, the incidence of true intrathoracic ectopic thyroid tissue is rare (...) , prompting a workup to rule out abdominal malignancy. Findings on the computed tomography (CT) scan of the abdomen and pelvis prompted further investigation including a chest CT which showed a heterogeneously enhancing mass near the left atrium. Given its location, further radiological investigations played an important role in eliminating the differential diagnosis of paraganglioma. The mass was surgically resected and discovered to be a hyperplastic thyroid nodule on histologic examination.

2018 Radiology Case Reports

1746. Feasibility of optimizing intensity‐modulated radiation therapy plans based on measured mucosal dose adjacent to dental fillings and toxicity outcomes Full Text available with Trip Pro

Feasibility of optimizing intensity‐modulated radiation therapy plans based on measured mucosal dose adjacent to dental fillings and toxicity outcomes We prospectively investigated the feasibility of IMRT treatment plan optimization based on dosimeter measurements of lateral tongue mucosal dose adjacent to the dental fillings and evaluated dose-toxicity relationship and factors affecting oral mucositis (OM) in head and neck cancer patients. Twenty-nine head and neck cancer patients (...) with metallic dental fillings who were scheduled to undergo fractionated external beam radiation therapy (RT) ± chemotherapy were enrolled. The lateral tongue dose was measured and if the calculated dose for the entire treatment was ≥35 Gy, a re-plan was generated to reduce the lateral tongue mucosal dose. OM was graded weekly according to Common Terminology Criteria for Adverse Events version 4.0 and the patients completed the Oral Mucositis Weekly Questionnaire-Head and Neck Cancer. The result showed

2018 Journal of Applied Clinical Medical Physics

1747. Evaluation of Oral Mucositis Occurrence in Oncologic Patients under Antineoplastic Therapy Submitted to the Low-Level Laser Coadjuvant Therapy Full Text available with Trip Pro

children and adolescents of both sexes with malignant neoplasias who developed oral mucositis and underwent low-level laser therapy. Data were collected on sex, age, type and degree of neoplasia, region affected, and remission time. 64.7% of the patients were male and were between 3 and 6 years of age (39.2%). Acute lymphoid leukemia was the most frequent neoplasm (37.3%). Regarding the maximum oral mucositis, grade 2 (41.2%) was predominant, with jugal mucosa (29.9%) and tongue (17.7%) being the most (...) affected regions. The majority of cases presented lesion remission time between 4 and 7 days (44.0%). Most patients were young, male, and diagnosed with acute lymphoid leukemia. Predominance of grade 2 oral mucositis was observed, with jugal mucosa and tongue being the most affected regions, with the majority of cases presenting lesion remission time between 4 and 7 days. Low-level laser therapy has been shown to be an essential therapy in the prevention and treatment of these lesions, since

2018 Journal of clinical medicine

1748. A Skeptical Approach to the Management of Persistent Oral Ulceration in a Child Full Text available with Trip Pro

variable, and may lead to a misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose. Here, we report the case of a 15-year-old boy who was examined for squamous cell cancer of the tongue and diagnosed as having FA without any haematological manifestations. While surgery could not be done, both radiotherapy and chemotherapy had to be decreased. He died of progressive disease 6 months after the diagnosis. Unexplained ulcers in a child with a duration longer than 2 weeks should be further evaluated, especially for FA, even (...) A Skeptical Approach to the Management of Persistent Oral Ulceration in a Child The diagnosis of oral lesions is sometimes difficult due to both the clinician's limited experience with the conditions that may cause the lesions and their similar appearances, especially in children. Correctly establishing a definitive diagnosis is of major importance to clinicians who manage patients with oral mucosal diseases. In patients with Fanconi anaemia (FA), oral ulcers occur frequently, which are quite

2018 Case reports in pediatrics

1749. Oral Verruciform Xanthoma within Lichen Planus: A Case Report and Literature Review Full Text available with Trip Pro

Oral Verruciform Xanthoma within Lichen Planus: A Case Report and Literature Review Verruciform xanthoma is an uncommon benign tumor, which exhibits a wide range of clinical patterns. The occurrence of the lesion in patients with immune-mediated mucocutaneous diseases may suggest a role of localized epithelial cell damage and chronic inflammation in its pathogenesis.A case of verruciform xanthoma on the tongue of a 56-year-old female with oral lichen planus is reported. An asymptomatic pink (...) consistent with lichen planus.A total of twelve cases of oral verruciform xanthomas in patients with oral lichen planus including the present case have been reported in the literature. The clinician should be aware that verruciform xanthoma may mimic malignancy, and therefore, biopsy is required for definitive diagnosis to be established, especially when this tumor develops within conditions that show potential for malignant transformation.

2018 Case reports in dentistry

1750. Upregulated epithelial junction expression represents a novel parameter of the epithelial radiation response to fractionated irradiation in oral mucosa Full Text available with Trip Pro

Upregulated epithelial junction expression represents a novel parameter of the epithelial radiation response to fractionated irradiation in oral mucosa During head and neck cancer treatment, the radiation response of the oral mucosa represents a frequent early side effect. Besides radiation-induced inhibition of proliferation, various other cellular responses occur. The radiation response of adherens and tight junction proteins was so far mostly investigated with large single-dose irradiation (...) protocols, in vivo and in vitro. Therefore, the current study was initiated to investigate the impact of daily fractionated irradiation on the expression of adherens and tight junction proteins in vivo.Fractionation with 5 × 3 Gy/week (days 0-4, 7-11) was given to the snouts of mice. Groups of 5 animals per day were euthanized every second day between day 0 (unirradiated controls) and day 14, and their tongues subjected to histological processing. Adherens junction marker (β-catenin and E‑cadherin

2018 Strahlentherapie und Onkologie

1751. A Novel Laryngeal Preservation Technique following Total Glossectomy with Hyoid Bone Resection Full Text available with Trip Pro

A Novel Laryngeal Preservation Technique following Total Glossectomy with Hyoid Bone Resection Despite the recent progress of chemotherapy and sophisticated radiotherapy, surgery still remains the most reliable treatment for advanced tongue cancers in terms of survival. The major disadvantage of this treatment is that it should sacrifice the quality of patients' life. When the tongue cancer is so advanced as to involve the hyoid bone, which is considered a functional part of the larynx, radical (...) surgical method which consists of free-flap transfer with a combination of laryngeal suspension and a novel reconstructive technique, that is, epiglottis suspension, which enabled favorable swallowing function without aspiration and allowed a sufficiently wide airway for breathing. The operation worked quite successfully for the patient's quality of life. We believe this novel surgical method would serve as a larynx-preservation treatment for locally advanced tongue cancers with hyoid bone invasion.

2018 Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Global Open

1752. Epidemiology of Oral Mucosal Lesions in Slovenia Full Text available with Trip Pro

Epidemiology of Oral Mucosal Lesions in Slovenia Background Among the diseases of oral mucosa, malignant tumors are the most dangerous, but not the most common lesions that might appear in the oral cavity. Since most of the studies are focused on the detection of cancer in the oral cavity, we were interested in detecting the frequency of benign changes of the oral mucosa in Slovene population. Oral mucosal lesions are important pointer of oral health and quality of life, especially in elderly (...) . The prevalence of oral mucosal lesions, together with information on the risk habits associated with oral health, such as tobacco and alcohol use, can help in planning future oral health studies and screening programs. Patients and methods Survey upon oral mucosal lesions was conducted during the national project for oral cancer screening in spring 2017 in the Slovenia in which more than 50% of dentists participated and 2395 patients (904 men and 1491 women) were included. Results Clinical examination, which

2018 Radiology and oncology

1753. Cucurbitacin B Induces Hypoglycemic Effect in Diabetic Mice by Regulation of AMP-Activated Protein Kinase Alpha and Glucagon-Like Peptide-1 via Bitter Taste Receptor Signaling Full Text available with Trip Pro

Cucurbitacin B Induces Hypoglycemic Effect in Diabetic Mice by Regulation of AMP-Activated Protein Kinase Alpha and Glucagon-Like Peptide-1 via Bitter Taste Receptor Signaling Taste receptors exist in several organs from tongue to colon and have diverse functions dependent on specific cell type. In enteroendocrine L-cells, stimulation of taste receptor signaling induces incretin hormones. Among incretin hormones, glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) induces insulinotropic action by activating GLP-1 (...) receptor of pancreatic β-cells. However, GLP-1 mimetic medicines have reported clinical side effects, such as autoimmune hepatitis, acute kidney injury, pancreatitis, and pancreatic cancer. Here, we hypothesized that if natural components in ethnomedicines can activate agonistic action of taste receptor; they may stimulate GLP-1 and therefore, could be developed as safe and applicable medicines to type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) with minimal side effects. Cucurbitacin B (CuB) is composed

2018 Frontiers in pharmacology

1754. Alterations of 63 hub genes during lingual carcinogenesis in C57BL/6J mice Full Text available with Trip Pro

in promoter methylation were confirmed at Tbp, Smad1, Smad4, Pdpk1, Camk2, Atxn3, and Cdh2. HDAC2, TBP, and EP300 scored ≥10 on Maximal Clique Centrality (MCC) in STEM profile 11 and were overexpressed in human tongue cancer samples. However, expression did not correlate with smoking status, tumor differentiation, or overall survival. These results highlight potentially useful candidate biomarkers for lingual cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. (...) with Short Time-series Expression Miner (STEM), the Cytoscape plugin cytoHubba, and screening of differentially expressed genes enabled identification of 63 hub genes predominantly altered in the early stage rather than the advanced stage. Validation of microarray results was carried out using qRT-PCR. Of 63 human orthologous genes, 35 correlated with human oral squamous cell carcinoma. KEGG analysis showed "pathways in cancer", involving 13 hub genes, as the leading KEGG term. Significant alterations

2018 Scientific reports

1755. Acrocutaneous metastasis – A rare presentation Full Text available with Trip Pro

Acrocutaneous metastasis – A rare presentation Cutaneous metastasis from head and neck cancer is uncommon and it is seen from laryngeal cancer. Acrocutaneous metastasis from the base of tongue is relatively rare.We present a case of a 84-year-old male, previously diagnosed to have moderately differentiated squamous carcinoma of the base of tongue with lung and liver metastases and received palliative chemoradiation. He, now presented with ulcero-proliferative growth over the right 5th finger (...) . In the present case, the patient initially presented with a nodule which later ulcerated and increased in size. There was associated discharge. There was clinical suspicion of underlying osteomyelitis. Hence right 5th finger amputation upto the middle phalanx was done. The histopathology report of the specimen was moderately differentiated squamous cell carcinoma. This is a case of skin metastasis from squamous carcinoma of the base of Tongue is rare at a short span of time following the completion

2018 International journal of surgery case reports

1756. Amyloidosis Presenting with Macroglossia Full Text available with Trip Pro

protein (CRP) and low complement 3 (C3) levels. On the second day of admission she had gastrointestinal bleed; computed tomography (CT) scan of the abdomen with oral contrast was performed which revealed nodular thickening of the stomach suspicious for gastric malignancy. Endoscopy was postponed as there was concern that macroglossia could comprise the airway. A biopsy of the tongue was performed and histological staining was positive suggestive of the amyloidosis. We discuss here the probable (...) Amyloidosis Presenting with Macroglossia Macroglossia is an uncommon condition that causes cosmetic and functional disabilities. We present a case of a 67-year-old patient with the past medical history of vitamin B12 deficiencies who presented with macroglossia and was found to have amyloidosis. She had an enlarged tongue with multiple ulcerations secondary to traumatic injury from dentation along with difficulty swallowing. Laboratory workup was unremarkable apart from elevated C reactive

2018 Cureus

1757. Lingual cavernous hemangioma in a Nepalese boy—‘A Difficult Associate!!!’ Full Text available with Trip Pro

Lingual cavernous hemangioma in a Nepalese boy—‘A Difficult Associate!!!’ Hemangiomas are benign tumors comprising of ectatic blood vessels. Although common in the head and neck region, those occurring within the oral cavity and tongue are exceedingly rare. We report a 5-year-old boy with a swelling over the anterior third of tongue post failed conservative therapy eventually treated with surgical excision and confirmed histologically as a cavernous hemangioma probably first of its kind

2018 Journal of surgical case reports

1758. Diagnostic Accuracy of Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology in Lesions of Oral Cavity and Salivary Glands: A Clinico-Pathological Study Full Text available with Trip Pro

carcinoma (60%) was the most common malignant lesion of oral cavity involving the tongue and buccal mucosa and adenoid cystic carcinoma (44.45%) was the commonest malignancy in salivary gland malignant neoplasms. The overall sensitivity, specificity and accuracy of FNAC in the present study were 89.5%, 100% and 85% respectively.FNAC is a safe, cost-effective and reliable technique effective in diagnosing the spectrum of different lesions in the oral and maxillofacial region. (...) index were evaluated for accuracy of FNAC.Hard palate (33.33%) was the predominantly aspirated site in the oral cavity. Parotid gland was the predominant gland aspirated (60.32%) among the involved salivary glands. Non-neoplastic lesions constituted 18.47% cases whereas neoplastic lesions were 81.53% (60.00% benign and 21.53% malignant). Pleomorphic adenoma (28.65%) was the most common benign lesion in the oral cavity involving hard palate and as salivary gland neoplasm (70.54%). Squamous cell

2018 The open dentistry journal

1759. Management of radial artery pseudoaneurysm in radial forearm free flap: case report and review of the literature Full Text available with Trip Pro

Management of radial artery pseudoaneurysm in radial forearm free flap: case report and review of the literature The formation of a pseudoaneurysm in a revascularized free flap is an extremely rare complication in microsurgery. The most effective treatment modality is still the subject of debate. We present the management of a case of pseudoaneurysm of the arterial pedicle of a radial free flap used after hemiglossopelvectomy in a patient with squamous cell carcinoma of the tongue. In our case

2018 Radiology Case Reports

1760. Ipsilateral hypoglossal nerve palsy following left hemithyroidectomy: Case report and review of literature Full Text available with Trip Pro

 × 2 cm nodule in the left thyroid lobe without lymphadenopathy. Fine-needle aspiration revealed a follicular neoplasm. Left hemithyroidectomy was carried out uneventfully. Three hours postoperatively, the patient started to complaint of dysarthria, dysphagia and odynophagia with clinical sign of tongue deviation to the left side. Head and neck CT ruled out mass effect or ischemic event, and the diagnosis of left HNP was established. Four months postoperatively, the palsy was completely resolved

2018 International journal of surgery case reports

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