Periodontal considerations in the HIV-positive patient
American Academy of Periodontology, 1994 - Medical - 9 pages
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acute symptoms adult periodontitis alterations alveolar and/or antibiotics antimicrobial therapy ANUG associated periodontal associated with HIV attachment loss Candida albicans candidiasis CD4 counts CD4 percentage classification system conventional periodontal cytomegalovirus debridement described necrotic direct role DISEASES IN HIV erythematous changes flora form of gingivitis forms of periodontal gingival erythema LGE hairy leukoplakia herpes zoster HIV infection HIV staging HIV virus HIV-associated periodontal HIV-G HIV-infected individuals HIV-infected patients HIV-P HIV+ individuals HIV+ patients HIV+ subjects host response intense marginal intraoral Kaposi's sarcoma lesions in HIV+ LGE and NUP LGE lesion linear gingival erythema lymphadenopathy microflora necrotic periodontal necrotizing ulcerative periodontitis neutrophil NUP and LGE NUP in HIV+ NUP lesion NUP seen oral hygiene levels oral lesions overgrowth pathogenesis PERIODONTAL CONSIDERATIONS periodontal diseases seen periodontal lesions periodontitis in HIV-negative periodontium plaque prevalence of LGE prevent seen in HIV-infected seen in HIV+ similar clinical appearance similar microbiologic profiles stages of HIV ulcerative periodontitis NUP