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Título : COMPARACION DE LA PRESENCIA DE QUEILITIS ANGULAR EN NIÑOS VIH(+) y VIH(-), HIJOS DE MADRES SEROPOSITIVAS
Autor : GUERRA, MARIA E.
TOVAR, VILMA
Palabras clave : Children, HIV/AIDS, vertically exposed, angular cheilitis, candidiasis.
Fecha de publicación : 17-May-2007
Editorial : REVISTA ACTA ODONTOLOGICA
Citación : 46;3
Resumen : Vertically-acquired infection HIV/AIDS is commonly seen in children; in other words, mother-to-child transmission. Immuno-compromised state, permit the installation of opportunist infections where the oral candidiasis is the most frequent. Objective: to compare frequency of oral candidiasis present as angular cheilitis in children HIV (+) and VIH (-) vertically exposed. Subjects and Methods: 59 children (aged 0 to 4), 32 VIH (+) y 27 VIH (-) from the CAPEI/UCV 2003-2004, were clinically examinated following the corresponding protocol. Oral samples were cultured for Candida growth. Statistical analyses using Chi square the Pearson were made. Results: Of 59 children examined, 58, 8% (30) presented any lip lesion. 50, 5 % (16), were oral candidiasis as angular cheilitis diagnosed, where 75, 5% (12) were HIV (+) compare to 25,9% (4) VIH (-). The Chi square test show high statistical significance (P= 0,001) related to angular cheilitis in both groups. Conclusions: These results indicate the statistical significance of angular cheilitis in HIV (+) children in the total study group and shows up the fundamental Pediatric Dentistry participation in the diagnosis and treatment of oral lesion in children VIH (+).
URI : http://saber.ucv.ve/jspui/handle/123456789/3929
ISSN : 0001-6365
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