ABSTRACT. Desquamative gingivitis is a descriptive term of nonspecific clinical expression in the gingiva (redness, burning, erosion, pain) of several. Desquamative gingivitis (DG) is a clinical term used to describe gingival tissues that demonstrate potentially painful gingival erythema, hemorrhage, sloughing. Lichen planus is an idiopathic t-cell mediated inflammatory condition. Although its etiology is unknown OLP is sometimes associated with other medical.
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Lesions may be generalized or localized and may extend into the alveolar mucosa. However, the oral lesions usually heal without scarring. Gingival lesions are controlled by improving oral hygiene and the use of topical corticosteroids.
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Presence of intact bullae and absence of erosions clinically and subepithelial cleft histopathologically ruled out pemphigus vulgaris. Definition, diagnostic criteria, pathogenic factors, medical treatment, and prognostic indicators. No warranties are given. Histopathological features in the present case, showed subepithelial cleft and basal cell degeneration, along with band of intense chronic desquamativr cell infiltrate consisting predominantly of plasma cells and areas of hemorrhage.
Although its etiology is unknown OLP is sometimes associated with other medical conditions such as hypothyroidism, diabetes mellitus, graft vs host disease, HIV infection, Hepatitis C infection, and psychological stress. Desquamative gingivitis can be the clinical symptom of some dermatitis and mucocutaneous diseases and the underlying primary cause should be evaluated meticulously.
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Patients may be able to gently floss without tissue damage. This is certainly a valid concept, especially since DIF is often relatively expensive, but, in our opinion, DIF is important in DG to assist in ruling out other diseases.
Thorough oral prophylaxis was done and the patient was counseled to maintain good oral hygiene. The clinical spectrum of desquamative gingivitis.
Update on mucous membrane pemphigoid: Vesicles or bullae may also occur elsewhere on the oral mucosa in MMP, and positive Nikolsky sign[ 22 ] elicited by palpation desqua,ative a finger, mouth mirror or periodontal probe is a fairly common observation.
There was a diffuse area of desquamation and erythema involving the buccal aspect of free, marginal and attached gingiva in relation to 24, 25, 26 and Atrophic form of Lichen Planus creates a typical desquamative gingivitis appearance at the gingiva. The intraoral appearance of mucous membrane pemphigoid is generally similar to desquamative gingivitis.
Desquamative lesions of the gingiva. The desquamated area showed loss of stippling.
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DG is a clinical finding, which progresses desqkamative vesicular formation, atrophy, erosion and desquamation, characterized with diffuse erythema of the marginal and keratinized gingiva 689 The differential diagnosis of desquamative gingivitis DG includes a wide spectrum, such as chemical and electrical burns, allergic reactions, hormonal disorders and mucocutaneous diseases.
DG with histologic confirmation and DIF support showing a linear pattern of fibrinogen at the basement membrane zone.
Desquamative gingivitis, Mucocutaneous diseases, Contact allergic reactions. Use of oral exfoliative cytology to diagnose desquamative gingivitis: About chronic pemphigus of the mucous membranes. Immunodiagnosis of pemphigus and mucous membrane pemphigoid. Estrogen support for the treatment of DG has been recommended based on the presence of estrogen-sensitive receptors in the human gingiva and estrogen destruction Two cases of linear IgA disease with clinical manifestations limited to the gingiva.
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