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(Oral candidiasis)
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  • Mucosal IgA Prevents Commensal Candida albicans Dysbiosis in the Oral Cavity. [Journal Article]
    Front Immunol. 2020; 11:555363.Millet N, Solis NV, Swidergall M
  • The fungus Candida albicans colonizes the oral mucosal surface of 30-70% of healthy individuals. Due to local or systemic immunosuppression, this commensal fungus is able to proliferate resulting in oral disease, called oropharyngeal candidiasis (OPC). However, in healthy individuals C. albicans causes no harm. Unlike humans mice do not host C. albicans in their mycobiome. Thus, oral fungal chall…
  • Current applications of drug delivery nanosystems associated with antimicrobial photodynamic therapy for oral infections. [Review]
    Int J Pharm. 2020 Nov 12 [Online ahead of print]Letícia Polli Silvestre A, Delello Di Filippo L, … Chorilli M
  • The oral cavity is colonized by several species of microorganisms that can cause dental caries, periodontal diseases, candidiasis, endodontic infections, and, among other diseases related to the dental field. Conventional treatment consists of mechanical removal associated with systemic administration of antimicrobials, which can cause various side effects and microbial resistance. In this contex…
  • Antimycotic treatment of oral candidiasis in warfarin users. [Journal Article]
    Am J Med. 2020 Nov 08 [Online ahead of print]Iversen DB, Hellfritzsch M, … Pottegård A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Initiation of systemic fluconazole and miconazole oral gel was associated with increased INR in warfarin users. A similar association was not found for nystatin oral solution, which thus appears to be the safest alternative when treating oral candidiasis in warfarin users.
  • Successfully treated bilateral renal fungal balls with continuous Anidulafulgin irrigation. [Case Reports]
    Urol Case Rep. 2021 Jan; 34:101468.van Merode NAM, Pat JJ, … Dijkstra GA
  • A 73-year-old man with a history of type 2 diabetes mellitus, nephrolithiasis, and recurrent urinary tract infections caused by Candida glabrata was admitted to our hospital. Urosepsis was diagnosed and C. glabrata was isolated from urine and blood cultures. Computed tomography intravenous pyelography (CT-IVP) revealed bilateral filling defects caused by renal fungal balls. Treatment initially co…
  • Oral non-specific lesions in patient with Crohn's disease - a case report. [Case Reports]
    Pol Merkur Lekarski. 2020 Oct 23; 48(287):349-353.Szczeklik K, Darczuk D, … Owczarek D
  • CONCLUSIONS: The young female with active CD presented the nonspecific lesions in the oral cavity. The lesions coexisted with the active inflammatory process in the intestinal tract with characteristic clinical symptoms, and were associated with sideropenic anemia. The implementation of the local therapy, systemic CD treatment and supplementation of micronutrient deficiencies have led to a healing of the oral lesions. We emphasize a personalized approach to treatment and close cooperation between the dentist and the gastroenterologist.
  • Oral chronic graft-versus-host disease: What the general dental practitioner needs to know. [Journal Article]
    J Am Dent Assoc. 2020 Nov; 151(11):846-856.Haverman TM, Raber-Durlacher JE, … Treister NS
  • CONCLUSIONS: General dental practitioners can contribute substantially to alleviating oral cGVHD involvement and preventing additional oral health deterioration.Frequent examinations, patient education, oral hygiene reinforcement, dry mouth management, caries prevention, and management of dental needs are indicated. In addition, oral physical therapy might be needed. Invasive dental interventions should be coordinated with the transplantation team. Screening for oral malignancies is important even years after resolution of GVHD symptoms. Management of the oral manifestations of cGVHD might require referral to an oral medicine professional.
  • Effectiveness and Safety of Anti-interleukin-17 Therapies in Elderly Patients with Psoriasis. [Journal Article]
    Acta Derm Venereol. 2020 11 04; 100(18):adv00316.Phan C, Beneton N, … the Groupe d’Etudes Multicentriques (GEM) RESOPSO
  • Anti-interleukin-17 agents have recently been developed for the treatment of psoriasis. This study evaluated the tolerance and effectiveness of anti-interleukin-17 agents for psoriasis in elderly patients in daily practice. A multicentre, retrospective study was performed, involving psoriatic patients aged ≥65 years who had received an anti-interleukin-17 agent, including secukinumab, ixekizumab …
  • Multifactor analysis of patients with oral sensory complaints in a case-control study. [Journal Article]
    Chin Med J (Engl). 2020 Oct 26 [Online ahead of print]Jin JQ, Cui HM, … Liu HW
  • CONCLUSIONS: Oral candidiasis, anemic stomatitis, and dental material allergy with burning symptoms should be excluded from patients with BMS. It is recommended to conduct a questionnaire survey (including anxiety and depression), blood cell analysis, and salivary fungus culture for all patients with an oral burning sensation. It is necessary to conduct a patch test on patients with oral burning sensations and metal restorations.
  • Acceptability of silver diamine fluoride as interim measure towards untreated dental caries and its impact on ohrqol among children with HIV: Pilot study. [Journal Article]
    Indian J Dent Res. 2020 Jul-Aug; 31(4):502-506.Hiremath AM, Anbu V, … Samuel SR
  • CONCLUSIONS: Poor oral hygiene was universal and mean DMFT was 3.2 ± 2.5. OHRQoL was not significantly affected at baseline (26.2 ± 6.4), but immediately following SDF application, OHRQoL was significantly poor (48.7 ± 8.2), remained poor even after 4 months (42.6 ± 6.1). Emotional wellbeing was significantly impacted negatively following SDF application (p < 0.001); whereas oral health, functional wellbeing dimensions were not impacted. SDF should be used with caution among special children as the black discoloration of the teeth can cause emotional trauma and negatively impacting their OHRQoL while trying to improve the same.
  • Association between Vitamin D and Candida-Associated Denture Stomatitis. [Journal Article]
    Dent J (Basel). 2020 Oct 21; 8(4)Muhvić-Urek M, Saltović E, … Kovačević Pavičić D
  • Candida-associated denture stomatitis (CADS) is a fungal infection affecting 60-65% of denture wearers. Its etiology is complex and multifactorial and often associated with host immunodeficiency. Evidence exists that vitamin D has potential immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory effects. The aim of this case-control study was to assess the association between vitamin D levels and CADS. The study …
  • Oral Candidiasis in Non-Severe COVID-19 Patients: Call for Antibiotic Stewardship. [Journal Article]
    Oral Surg. 2020 Sep 21 [Online ahead of print]Riad A, Gad A, … Klugar M
  • Bacterial/fungal coinfection is a suggested etiological theory for the COVID-19 related oral manifestations that may trigger overprescribing of broad-spectrum antibiotics for COVID-19 patients, especially for the ones who experience a longer course of the infection. Rigorous reporting of the clinical scenarios of fungal complications such as oropharyngeal candidiasis (OPC) which could cause life-…
  • Candida prevalence and oral hygiene due to orthodontic therapy with conventional brackets. [Journal Article]
    BMC Oral Health. 2020 Oct 10; 20(1):277.Grzegocka K, Krzyściak P, … Loster BW
  • CONCLUSIONS: Treatment with orthodontic appliances promotes Candida yeast colonization, which is variable over time in terms of strain and species, with dominance of C. albicans, and without increased biofilm-forming activity. The API value decreases over time in carriers, and the GBI value increases in uncolonized patients, which may have predictive significance for the development of oral candidiasis during orthodontic treatment.
  • Utilization of Teledentistry in Antimicrobial Prescribing and Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases during COVID-19 Lockdown. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Dent. 2020 Oct 08 [Online ahead of print]Dar-Odeh N, Babkair H, … Abu-Hammad O
  • CONCLUSIONS: Many dental practitioners cannot distinguish the correct diagnostic features of oral infections particularly viral and fungal infections. Continuing education should be considered to focus on clinical manifestations of various oral infections. Further, educational activities that focus on variations in treatment protocols for various infections should be introduced particularly those that concern indications for antimicrobial prescribing.
  • Isoeugenol and Hybrid Acetamides against Candida albicans Isolated from the Oral Cavity. [Journal Article]
    Pharmaceuticals (Basel). 2020 Oct 03; 13(10)Medeiros D, Oliveira-Júnior J, … Lima E
  • Isougenol is a phytoconstituent found in several essential oils. Since many natural products are potent antimicrobials, the synthesis of hybrid molecules-combining the chemical skeleton of the phytochemical with synthetic groups-can generate substances with enhanced biological activity. Based on this, the objective of this study was to evaluate the antifungal activity of isoeugenol and hybrid ace…
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