stomatitis

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Related to gingivostomatitis: herpetic gingivostomatitis
  • noun

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inflammation of the mucous membrane of the mouth

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These 3 herpesviruses, causing mononucleosis, gingivostomatitis, and exanthem subitum, respectively, remain in a steady state held at bay by cell-mediated immunity.
These three herpes viruses, causing mononucleosis, gingivostomatitis, and exanthem subitum, respectively, remain in a steady state held at bay by cell- mediated immunity.
It is responsible for a broad range of diseases, ranging from gingivostomatitis to keratoconjunctivitis, genital disease, encephalitis, and also infection of newborn and immunocompromised patients (Whitley et al.
Oral herpetic lesions such as gingivostomatitis, oral and lingual ulcers, and conjunctivitis have been described, but are usually associated with immunosuppression or stress attributable to recent importation or crowded housing conditions (12,22,23).
7%) of 29 young children with culture-proven herpetic gingivostomatitis, confirming the role played by viral infections in the pathogenesis of infections caused by the organism (9).
In children, gingivostomatitis, inflammation of the gums and mouth, is the most common herpes simplex infection.