How to use Stomatitis in a sentence
Medical treatment is usually not necessary for aphthous stomatitis, unless the ulcers are severe (larger than one centimeter or lasting longer than two weeks).
Lozenges of potassium chlorate are used in stomatitis, tonsilitis and pharyngitis, it can also be used in a gargle, to grs.
Its special uses are in ulceration of the mouth or tongue (ulcerative stomatitis), tonsillitis and pharyngitis.
Budding of Rous sarcoma virus and vesicular stomatitis virus from localized lipid regions in the plasma membrane of chicken embryo fibroblasts.
The main areas of research include rinderpest, peste des petits ruminants, vesicular stomatitis, and HIV.Advertisement
The bark is poisonous and the plant, when used for fodder, is said to produce stomatitis in animals.
All the analyzes for foot and mouth and vesicular stomatitis have so far proved negative.
The cause of recurrent aphthous stomatitis is largely unknown.
In common with other young doctors I thought little outbreaks of acute anterior ulcerative stomatitis were due to a new disease discovered by me.
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Angular stomatitis, dermatitis in the corners of the mouth, usually in denture wearers, may be caused by candida.
Formation of membrane domains created during the budding of vesicular stomatitis virus.
Stomatitis is an inflammation of the mucous lining of the mouth, which may involve the cheeks, gums, tongue, lips, and roof or floor of the mouth.
The word "stomatitis" literally means inflammation of the mouth.
Stomatitis is an inflammation of the lining of any of the soft-tissue structures of the mouth.Advertisement
Children may develop stomatitis at any point in their development, from infancy to adolescence.
The two most common types seen in children are herpes stomatitis, which is caused by the herpes simplex virus, and aphthous stomatitis, more often referred to as canker sores.
Depending upon its cause, stomatitis may or may not be contagious.
Herpes stomatitis is considered contagious.
Though stomatitis may occur at any time during a child's growth, different types affect children at different times.Advertisement
Herpes stomatitis can occur anywhere between six months and five years of age but is most common in children one to two years old who have not been exposed to the herpes virus before.
Aphthous stomatitis begins in childhood or adolescence, with peak onset in those aged ten to 19 years.
A number of factors can cause stomatitis.
The cause of herpes stomatitis is the herpes virus type 1 (not to be confused with genital herpes, which is caused by the herpes virus type 2 and is a sexually transmitted disease).
The cause of aphthous stomatitis is unknown, although several factors are suspected.Advertisement
Stomatitis is characterized by pain or discomfort in the mouth and the presence of open sores or ulcers in the mouth.
Stomatitis is diagnosed by the doctor based primarily upon the appearance of the mouth sores.
Both herpes and aphthous stomatitis have lesions that are unique in appearance.
The treatment of stomatitis is based upon the problem causing it.
In herpes stomatitis, the most important part of treatment is for parents to keep their child drinking as normally as possible.Advertisement
Some physicians may recommend a variety of dietary measures to treat stomatitis.
The prognosis for the resolution of stomatitis is based upon the cause of the problem.
In the case of herpes stomatitis, complete recovery is expected within ten days without any medical intervention.
Most children are minimally inconvenienced by aphthous stomatitis, because attacks are usually infrequent and only last a few days.
Stomatitis caused by irritants can be prevented by good oral hygiene, regular dental checkups, and good dietary habits.Advertisement
Because so many adults and children carry the herpes virus, and because they can pass it on even if they have no symptoms, there is no practical way to prevent herpes stomatitis.
Most cases of stomatitis in children are benign and resolve within a relatively short period of time.
Children with herpes stomatitis may return to school or day care when their fever is gone and the mouth sores are healed.
Since aphthous stomatitis is not contagious, there is no need to curtail a child's activities unless they have developed signs of complications, such as infection.