Oral diseases, while largely preventable, are one of the major health burdens globally and affect about 3.5 billion people. Dental caries or cavities (commonly known as tooth decay) and gum (period...
Oral Mucositis (OM) refers to erythematous and ulcerative lesions of the oral mucosa observed in cancer patients under chemotherapy or radiation therapy. In its severe form, OM presents as confluent, deep ulcerations. Typical manifestations are atrophy, erythema, ulceration, and swelling of the mucosa. It appears fi...Find More
In current scenario chemotherapies and radiations are prominently used to cure cancer which results in adverse effects. Oral Mucositis is one such adverse effect that results in ulceration in the mouth due to high dosage of chemotherapy. The patients undergoing head and neck cancer chemotherapy are at a high risk of...Find More
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