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Periodontal Attachment Loss Over Time Associated with Different Modes of ...
Michael Carey Manz
No preview available - 2007
Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans Administration of Azithromycin ANOVA ANOVA test antimicrobial Azithromycin in Combination bacteria biofilm bleeding on probing chronic periodontitis Clin Periodontol Clinical Attachment Level Combination with Scaling compared to baseline control group Data are expressed Deep Sites dental dental plaque difference between groups different time points drug and control Effect of AZM Effect of Systemic efficacy erythromycin Full Mouth Giannobile Haffajee indicate significant changes Kaldahl Loesche macrolides microbiological microorganisms months from baseline neutrophils oral hygiene p<0.05 represents statistically Pajukanta patient means PD reduction periodontal disease periodontal health periodontal pockets periodontal tissues periodontal treatment periodontitis patients Planing or Scaling plaque pocket depth Porphyromonas gingivalis positive sites Preber Ramfjord represents statistically significant Root Planing Scaling and Root shallow sites sites PD smokers Socransky specific spiramycin SRP alone control SRP drug group statistically significant difference Systemic Administration treatment as determined Treponema denticola type I collagen values indicate significant