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Candida-associated denture stomatitis and angular cheilitis


, : Candida-associated denture stomatitis and angular cheilitis. Oral candidosis: 156-183

Candida-associated denture stomatitis and angular cheilitis, including diagnosis, epidemiology, aetiology, predisposing conditions, treatment, prevention and aspects of host defence mechanisms, are discussed.


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Mckendrick, A.J.W., 1968: Denture stomatitis and angular cheilitis in patients receiving long-term tetracydine therapy. No significant relationship was found between the administration of tetracyoline over an extended period and the occurrence of denture stomatitis or angular cheilitis in a group of 96 men. A mouth wash was found to be more sensitive than a swab in...

McKendrick, A.J., 1968: Denture stomatitis and angular cheilitis in patients receiving long-term tetracycline therapy. No significant relationship was found between the administration of tetracyoline over an extended period and the occurrence of denture stomatitis or angular cheilitis in a group of 96 men. A mouth wash was found to be more sensitive than a swab in...

Lyon, D.G.; Chick, A.O., 1957: Denture sore mouth and angular cheilitis. A preliminary investigation into their possible association with Candida infection. At the University of Bristol Candida albicans was cultured from 72% of 36 cases of denture sore mouth and from 17% of a series of 24 normal mouths. Treatment with 10% sodium caprylate jelly brought about cure or improvement in all but 1 case.

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Martin, M.V.; Lamb, D.J., 1982: Frequency of Candida albicans serotypes in patients with denture-induced stomatitis and in normal denture wearers. A comparison has been made between the serotypes of oral Candida albicans taken from patients with denture-induced stomatitis and from a group of age and sex-matched controls. C albicans isolates were obtained from the fitting surface of the dentu...

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Dağistan, S.; Aktas, A.Esin.; Caglayan, F.; Ayyildiz, A.; Bilge, M., 2008: Differential diagnosis of denture-induced stomatitis, Candida, and their variations in patients using complete denture: a clinical and mycological study. Denture-induced stomatitis usually occurs in persons who wear a complete or a partial denture. Among the many aetiological and predisposing factors, Candida spp. are believed to play an important role in the initiation and progression of the infec...