The manifestation of HIV-infection in oral cavity of children

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The article presents publication review concerning the most typical affections of oral cavity in HIV-infected patients of children age. Among them are diseases of mucous tunic, salivary glands and also affections of solid tissues of teeth. The degree of their manifestation directly depends on immunity condition and viral load in blood. The effect of anti-retroviral therapy on condition of oral cavity in children with HIV-infection is demonstrated too.

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Kseniya A. Sundukova

The A.E. Evdokimov Moscow state medical stomatological university

Email: dr.Sundukova@gmail.com
127473, Moscow, Russian Federation
post-graduate student of the chair of children stomatology the A.E. Evdokimov Moscow state medical stomatological university

L. P Kiselnikova

The A.E. Evdokimov Moscow state medical stomatological university

127473, Moscow, Russian Federation

M. M Gadzhikulieva

The A.E. Evdokimov Moscow state medical stomatological university

127473, Moscow, Russian Federation

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