Infections of the Oral Mucosa and Immune Responses View Full Text


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2018-03-02

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Lesley Ann Bergmeier

ABSTRACT

The major causes of death can be broadly categorised into injury, infection, cancer and degenerative diseases.Oral pathologies can be driven by infections and/or by dysregulation of homeostasis and many pathologies reflect a contribution of the immune system in either resolution of disease or exaggerated host responses that drive pathology.In this chapter the different types of infectious diseases due to bacteria, viruses and fungi are described that can impact the oral mucosa, and attention is drawn to oral manifestations of some systemic infections and to examine the important contribution of immune function to disease resolution or pathogenic mechanisms.Oral diseases may not immediately be associated with causes of death but systemic involvement in many oral diseases can lead to life-threatening complications, while the morbidity and deterioration of the quality of life in patients are considerable causes for concern in terms of healthcare provision and cost to providers such as the NHS (UK). More... »

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127-140

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