A 62 y/o female presented with a very large gingival swelling. She stated that the swelling had been of about 3 months duration. The gingival swelling was in the area of retained roots of tooth 25 measuring 4.2 x 3.4 x 3.7 cm. The patient reported that this swelling impaired her ability to close her mouth and impacted eating but that she was otherwise asymptomatic. There was no pain, bleeding or sensitivity associated with the swelling.
Bizarre-appearing gingival recessions that do not correspond to any known gingival disease or oral manifestation of any known systemic disease are called factitial (self-induced) gingival disease. Psychological factors are very important in their etiology. Generally, the lesions occur during the time the child is experiencing stress associated with the frustration of his or her dependency needs. Four cases of self-induced gingival recessions involving children aged 4 to 6 years are presented and investigated from the pedodontic, periodontologic, and psychiatric viewpoints ...
Gingival enlargement is one of the most common soft tissue problems associated with fixed orthodontic treatment. The presence of orthodontic appliances impedes oral hygiene measures and alters the oral microbial ecosystem to a more pathogenic oral biofilm. Subsequent accumulation of plaque can contribute to development of chronic periodontal inflammation and can progress to gingival enlargement. Gingival enlargement inhibits hygiene measures, slows down orthodontic tooth movement and cause aesthetic and functional problems. Management of gingival enlargement by non-surgical periodontal treatment is considered to be most important and effective. Optimal plaque control can be maintained by meticulous brushing, flossing and professional scaling. However, motivation of maintaining oral hygiene can be disappointing in some patients. In cases that the enlarged gingivae became fibrous, surgical treatment can be considered.. Traditionally, gingivectomy was performed using scalpel under local ...
A gingival disease is the term given to any disorder primarily affecting the gingiva. An example is gingivitis. Dental plaque accumulates at the surfaces when proper cleaning and maintaining is not done. There is inflammation due to the bacteria released from the toxins. calculus forms and if not removed, causes this disease. Bimstein, Enrique; Needleman, Howard L.; Dyke, Thomas E. Van (2001). Periodontal and Gingival Health and Diseases: Children, Adolescents and Young Adults. Thieme. p. 31. ISBN 9781853177811. Retrieved 13 November 2017. "Gum Disease (Gingivitis and Periodontitis) Symptoms, Treatments, Causes". WebMD ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Cyclosporin-A okozta súlyos ínyduzzanattal társuló parodontitis kezelése rendszeres mechanikus plakk-kontrollal vesetransplantált betegen (Esetismertetés).. AU - Keglevich, Tibor. AU - Windisch, Péter. AU - Gera, István. PY - 2002/2. Y1 - 2002/2. N2 - A clinical case of a middle-aged kidney transplanted woman is presented. The woman has been taking Cyclosporin-A for over 13 years and has had advanced periodontitis and severe gingival swellings and gingival inflammation. The kidney transplant patient was treated and followed up for approx. four years. The treatment protocol included very thorough mechanical scaling and root planing, oral hygienic instructions and the regular professional maintenance program resulted in complete remission of the gingival overgrowth and stabilization of the periodontal condition. The gingival and periodontal conditions showed a continuing improvement over the time despite of the continuous CSA administration.. AB - A clinical case of a ...
Complete listing available on the NYU Health Sciences Library site.. Karlis V, Minkowitz G, Zaslow M, Glickman R. Leiomyosarcoma of the Mandible: Report of a Case and Literature Review. J Oral Maxillofac Surg Vol.54, 1127-1130, 1996.. Karlis V, Stern R, Isdith K, Kinney L. Hereditary Angioedema: Case Report and Review of Management Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol Endod Vol. 83, 462-4, 1997.. Karlis V, Glickman R. An Alternative to Archbar Maxillomandibular Fixation. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Vol. 99, No. 6, 1758-9, 1997.. Karlis V, Glickman R, Isdith K, Jones J. Right Facial Edema Associated with Localized Gingival Swelling. J Oral Maxillofac Surg Vol. 56, 760-4, 1998.. Manganaro A, Ragno J, Karlis V. Mixed Radiolucent/Radiopaque Lesion of the Mandible. J Oral Maxillofac Surg Vol.55, 1456-59, 1997.. Stern R, Karlis V, Kinney L, Glickman R. Using the International Normalized Ratio to Standardize Prothrombin Time. Journal of the American Dental Association Vol. 128, 1121-22, ...
Gingival swelling or also known as swollen gums can be really irritating and intolerable. There are many causes of this condition.
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The peripheral giant cell granuloma has an unknown etiology, with some dispute as to whether this lesion represents a reactive or neoplastic process. However, most authorities believe peripheral giant cell granuloma is a reactive lesion. Continue reading →. ...
The purpose of present study was to investigate and correlate the histological findings in central giant cell granuloma and peripheral giant cell granuloma of jaws with clinical and radiographic interpretations of the lesion.
Epulis (Greek: ἐπουλίς; plural epulides) is any tumor like enlargement (i.e. lump) situated on the gingival or alveolar mucosa. The word literally means "(growth) on the gingiva", and describes only the location of the mass and has no further implications on the nature of the lesion. There are three types: fibromatous, ossifying and acanthomatous.[medical citation needed] The related term parulis (commonly called a gumboil) refers to a mass of inflamed granulation tissue at the opening of a draining sinus on the alveolus over (or near to) the root of an infected tooth. Another closely related term is gingival enlargement, which tends to be used where the enlargement is more generalized over the whole gingiva rather than a localized mass. This is a fibrous hyperplasia of excess connective tissue folds that takes place in reaction to chronic trauma from an ill fitting denture. It usually occurs in the mandibular labial sulcus. Sometimes the term epulis is used synonymously with epulis ...
Pyogenic granuloma. Light micrograph of a section through a pyogenic granuloma skin growth. The skins surface is across top, with the raised area at centre consisting of a vascular overgrowth of blood vessels, with an exudate on top. A pyogenic granuloma is neither pyogenic (producing pus) nor a granuloma (inflamed cells). It is a harmless overgrowth of tiny blood vessels, which often appears after minor injury and is prone to bleeding. The growth will normally disappear without treatment but can be removed by electrocautery, cryosurgery or more conventional surgery. - Stock Image C006/5968
Pyogenic granulomas (PGs) are benign vascular lesions that occur most commonly on the acral skin of children. The term pyogenic granuloma is a misnomer.
Symptoms: Abdominal pain, Abdominal pain upper, Anisocytosis, Aplastic anaemia, Aspiration bone marrow, Biopsy bone marrow abnormal, Biopsy liver abnormal, Cholelithiasis, Constipation, Cough, Faeces pale, Gingival bleeding, Gingival swelling, Haematocrit decreased, Haemoglobin decreased, Headache, Hepatic failure, Hepatitis, Hepatomegaly, Herpes simplex, Jaundice, Leukopenia, Macrocytosis, Mouth ulceration, Neutrophil count decreased, Petechiae, Plasma cells present, Platelet count decreased, Platelet transfusion, Poikilocytosis, Polychromasia, Red blood cell count decreased, Red blood cell schistocytes present, Red blood cell target cells present, Stomatitis, White blood cell count decreased, Gingival ulceration, Contusion, Hypochromasia, Staphylococcal bacteraemia, Ultrasound abdomen abnormal, Ear discomfort, Neutrophil percentage decreased, Monocyte percentage increased, Lymphocyte percentage increased, Protein urine present, Red cell distribution width increased, Mean platelet volume ...
Gingivitis means inflammation of the gums, or gingiva. It commonly occurs because a film of plaque, or bacteria, accumulates on the teeth.. Gingivitis is a non-destructive type of periodontal disease, but untreated gingivitis can progress to periodontitis. This is more serious and can eventually lead to loss of teeth.. Signs of gingivitis include red and puffy gums, that bleed easily when the person brushes their teeth.. Gingivitis often resolves with good oral hygiene, such as longer and more frequent brushing, and flossing. In addition, an antiseptic mouthwash may help.. In mild cases of gingivitis, patients may not even know they have it, because symptoms are mild. However, the condition should be taken seriously and addressed immediately.. Types. There are two main categories of gingival diseases:. Dental plaque-induced gingival disease: This can be caused by plaque, systemic factors, medications, or malnutrition.. Non-plaque induced gingival lesions: This can be caused by a specific ...
Periodontitis is a chronic inflammatory disease affecting the soft tissue and bone that surrounds the teeth. Despite extensive research, distinctive genes responsible for the disease have not been identified. The objective of this study was to elucidate transcriptome changes in periodontitis, by investigating gene expression profiles in gingival tissue obtained from periodontitis-affected and healthy gingiva from the same patient, using RNA-sequencing. Gingival biopsies were obtained from a disease-affected and a healthy site from each of 10 individuals diagnosed with periodontitis. Enrichment analysis performed among uniquely expressed genes for the periodontitis-affected and healthy tissues revealed several regulated pathways indicative of inflammation for the periodontitis-affected condition. Hierarchical clustering of the sequenced biopsies demonstrated clustering according to the degree of inflammation, as observed histologically in the biopsies, rather than clustering at the individual ...
Drug-induced gingival enlargement is an iatrogenic condition which is usually not preventable. Certain factors like thorough tooth brushing, proper or..
INTRODUCTION ORAL MUCOSA consists of 3 zones: 1. Masticatory mucosa-gingiva plus over hard palate 2. Specialized mucosa- over tongue 3. Oral mucous membrane- in remaining oral cavity
Pyogenic granuloma is a benign proliferative vascular tumour of the skin and mucous membrane that often follows a minor injury or infection. The tumour is usually solitary and preferentially located on the fingers, hands, forearms and face. It presents as a small erythematous papule that enlarges and often becomes pedunculated. Pyogenic granulomas bleed easily on minor trauma. Infection and ulceration with accompanying purulent exsudate may occur. ...
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Uh, yup. Apparently, it can really happen, as one man found out after he popped his zit and it turned into a giant, benign tumor called a pyogenic granuloma, according to one SkincareAddiction Reddit post. Check out the story, here.
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Results All nine tumours were located in the conjunctiva (bulbar, tarsal, limbal conjunctiva) of patients between 44 and 80 years. The lesions exhibited clinical features of pyogenic granuloma which dominated the clinical appearance. Additional features comprised a papillomatous appearance of the adjacent conjunctiva, a more whitish aspect of the lesion and a history of squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) respectively surgery for other entities. Histopathological analysis revealed a carcinomatous lesion (conjunctival intraepithelial neoplasia or SCC) at the base of a classic pyogenic granuloma in all nine cases. Surgical removal (R0 resection) was performed. Three cases received adjuvant mitomycin C or interferon α2b treatment. Two lesions locally recurred within 2 years after initial presentation. ...
Pyogenic granuloma (lobular capillary hemangioma ) is a relatively common benign vascular lesion of the skin and mucosa whose exact cause is unknown. Also see the Medscape Reference article Oral Pyogenic Granuloma.
Pyogenic Granuloma is also known as lobular capillary haemangioma and Pyogenic granulomata. Pyogenic Granuloma are common benign vascular lesions of the skin and mucosa.
Pyogenic granulomas are small, raised, red bumps on the skin. The bumps have a smooth surface and may be moist. They bleed easily because of the high number of blood vessels at the site.. ...
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Case Reports in Dentistry is a peer-reviewed, Open Access journal that publishes case reports in all areas of dentistry, including periodontal diseases, dental implants, oral pathology, as well as oral and maxillofacial surgery.
Case Reports in Dentistry is a peer-reviewed, Open Access journal that publishes case reports in all areas of dentistry, including periodontal diseases, dental implants, oral pathology, as well as oral and maxillofacial surgery.
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Driven by the need to provide patients with hope for hopeless teeth in the dental chair, Robert H. Gregg, II, DDS, cofounder, president, and chairman of the board of Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc., sought to develop a protocol for treating moderate to severe periodontal disease with predictable and reproducible results. Utilizing his extensive background with lasers, he made it his mission to create better clinical outcomes in patients with periodontal disease. Gregg recalls, "I explored the possibilities of laser tissue interactions first, then the clinical applications to patients.". According to Gregg, the LANAP® protocol "started with a few patients back in 1990 who were suffering from severe gingival disease and faced with tooth loss who simply refused to go through that experience." Through years of performing thousands of procedures, Greggs understanding of laser and tissue interaction grew, and this led to the development of the LANAP protocol for the treatment of advanced ...
Chapple ILC, Mealey BL, Van Dyke TE, Bartold PM, Dommisch H, Eickholz P, Geisinger ML, Genco RJ, Glogauer M, Goldstein M, Griffin TJ, Holmstrup P, Johnson GK, Kapila Y, Lang NP, Meyle J, Murakami S, Plemons J, Romito GA, Shapira L, Tatakis DN, Teughels W, Trombelli L, Walter C, Wimmer G, Xenoudi P, Yoshie H. Periodontal health and gingival diseases and conditions on an intact and a reduced periodontium: Consensus report of workgroup 1 of the 2017 World Workshop on the Classification of Periodontal and Peri-Implant Diseases and Conditions. J Clin Periodontol. 2018 06; 45 Suppl 20:S68-S77 ...
Pyogenic granuloma is a benign proliferative vascular tumour of the skin and mucous membrane that often follows a minor injury or infection. The tumour is usually solitary and preferentially located on the fingers, hands, forearms and face. It presents as a small erythematous papule that enlarges and often becomes pedunculated. Pyogenic granulomas bleed easily on minor trauma. Infection and ulceration with accompanying purulent exsudate may occur. ...
Epulis fissuratum. A lobulated soft tissue enlargement is present in the maxillary left mucolabial fold. The flange of the denture would fit between the rolls of tissue ...
Lipoma was first described by Roux in 1848, in review of alveolar masses, where he referred it as "yellow epulis" [1]. Lipoma, usually a solitary lesion may be sessile, pedunculated or submerged, ranging in size from 1cm in diameter to a massive tumor of 5cm. The surface is typically smooth and non-ulcerated with deeper lesions varying in contour and shape [2]. Despite the increasing understanding of fatty tissue and fat metabolism, the etiology for lipoma remains enigmatic, since some authors believe that trauma could be a causative factor. Certain factors like heredity, hormones, congenital factors and progressive infection have been implicatedin genesis of lipoma, regardless of site, while others include diabetes mellitus, hypercholesterolemia, obesity and rheumatoid arthritis. Lipomasare seen in patients after the age of 30 years. Although they may be congenital, more than half of cases occur between 4th and 5th decade of life.Oral lipomas have been reported in individuals from 6 weeks of ...
Dont take Seretide without checking for Side Effects | A female patient was diagnosed with asthma, gingival disorder, treated with SERETIDE and reported asthmatic crisis,gingival disorder,gingival pain. Dosage: .
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19 cases of central giant cell granuloma (CGCG) were reviewed after screening the records of the past four years of the Dental out patient department of AIIMS Hospital, New Delhi. It was found that CGCG usually occurs in the 2nd and 3rd decades and is more common in females. The mandible is more frequently involved than the maxilla and lesions occur more commonly on the right than left side.
A central giant cell granuloma is a type of noncancerous lesion that appears on the jaw bone. The main symptoms of a central giant...
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Congenital epulis of the newborn is a rare soft tissue manifestation that affects infants, involving predominantly the maxillary ridge. When identified, generally at birth, excisional biopsy is recommended to avoid feeding and respiratory disturbances. This article presents a case report of a female infant who was referred to an oral and maxillofacial surgery facility for removal of a fibrotic mass present on the mandibular alveolar ridge. Diagnosis and prompt intervention can prevent expected complications such as failure to thrive or respiratory difficulty. Pediatric and general dentists should be familiar with oral pathologies that may affect the newborn or infants so that early diagnosis and treatment can be accomplished. (Quintessence Int 2007;38:7.e1 4) Key words: benign tumor, congenital epulis, excisional biopsy, newborn ...
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These lesions are described as soft tissue enlargements. Although the enlargements may be due to denture trauma, they are classified as tumors rather than reactive lesions because they are asymptomatic, persistent, and progressive for 3-4 years.. Within the category of tumors, malignant tumors may be excluded because the lesions in this case are of 3-4 years duration and are asymptomatic. Soft tissue cysts and most of the benign tumors may be excluded because they do not produce multiple enlargements in the distribution of the maxillary denture. The location, distribution and appearance of the lesions in this case are diagnostic of inflammatory papillary hyperplasia.. Final Diagnosis ...
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Journal of Neonatal Surgery is a peer-reviewed and open-access electronic journal. Only a few journals are being published on Neonatal Surgery especially from a developing country, which justifies the need of a new journal on this subject.
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