Chronic recurrent aphthous stomatitis

Chronic recurrent aphthous stomatitis

Chronic recurrent aphthous stomatitis Chronic recurrent aphthous stomatitis (chronic necrotic stomatitis, aphthae Mikulic, recurrent aphthae, aphthous ulcers) - a chronic relapsing disease of the oral mucosa, manifested form on the mucous membrane ulcers (AFL), which arise out of certain laws

causes of chronic recurrent aphthous stomatitis (HRAS)

To date, the etiology of the disease is not fully understood, but according to numerous observations and studies have been allocated some of the most likely factors affectingon the development of HRAS.

The disease can cause the following factors:

- Diseases of the digestive system

- Various allergic reactions

- nervously - trophic disorders

- Immune disorders

- Staphylococcus aureus and adenovirus

significant role in the development of HRAS affects differenthazards (materials dentures, chromium compounds, benzene, phenol, etc.), as well as genetic predisposition

Symptoms The main symptoms of the disease manifest themselves in

periods of exacerbation.In the oral mucosa in most cases there is one (much less two) painful AFTA.When talking and eating, painful markedly enhanced.The mucous membrane of the mouth looks edematous, pale and anemic.Aphthae often localized on the inside of the cheeks, on the mucous membrane of the lips, on the bridle, under the tongue;less on the gums and soft palate.HRAS flows over the years, with periods of exacerbation haphazard fall and spring.Usually, during periods of exacerbation HRAS, general well-being seriously affected.However, in some cases, an aggravation of the disease may be accompanied by an increase in the overall temperature of the body, depressed mood, physical inactivity and severe weakness.

Periods of remission may last from several days to several months and even years.The periods of exacerbation of the disease may be related to traumatic oral mucosa, or exposure to allergens.In women, there is a clear dependence on the menstrual cycle.

For reference:

AFTA - center necrosis (necrosis) of the mucous membrane and its subsequent inflammation and inflammation of her submucosa.Externally AFTA looks like a hotbed of round or oval in size from 5 to 10 mm, which is covered with gray - white fibrous plaque and is surrounded by inflammatory bright red rim.The lifetime of the sprue ranges from seven to ten days, and after healing in its place is a red spot




Treatment of chronic recurrent aphthous stomatitis is therapy aimed at prolongation of remission and relapse prevention, andas in effect on the medication themselves sprue.

the treatment of AFL used antiseptics, proteolysis inhibitors (inhibit protein degradation), necrolytic and painkillers, affecting skin (healing) and anti-inflammatory drugs.In the case of the establishment of an allergic source that caused the appearance of HRAS, requires mandatory isolation of the patient from the allergen.

addition appointed immunokorektiruyuschaya and immunomodulatory therapy, vitamin therapy.In times of acute need to stick to your diet is to eliminate from the diet of coarse, spicy, and spicy food.

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