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Assessment of morphological changes in oral mucosa in patients with gastrointestinal pathology



Assessment of morphological changes in oral mucosa in patients with gastrointestinal pathology



Klinicheskaia Meditsina 87(6): 36-38



Anatomical and functional proximity of oral and digestive tract organs as well as common mechanism of innervation and humoral regulation create prerequisites for the involvement of oral cavity in pathological processes developing in the gastrointestinal tract. Various gastric and duodenal substances affect oral tissues during frequent refluxes and produce lesions in epithelium of oral mucosa. Results of preliminary qualitative assessment of morphological changes in lingual mucosa are presented for patients with acid-dependent pathology.

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