1971
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.103.4.433
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Cheilitis glandularis

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“…The surface mucosa shows a color change and produces clear to cloudy fluid at the sites of ductal openings. Deep suppurative type GC is a deep-seated infection accompanied by abscess formation and fistulous tracts and is thought to be associated with chronic infection [8]. Many different therapeutic modalities have been reported for GC, including antibiotics, radiotherapy, and steroids, but surgery, that is, vermilionectomy or lip strip, is recommended.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The surface mucosa shows a color change and produces clear to cloudy fluid at the sites of ductal openings. Deep suppurative type GC is a deep-seated infection accompanied by abscess formation and fistulous tracts and is thought to be associated with chronic infection [8]. Many different therapeutic modalities have been reported for GC, including antibiotics, radiotherapy, and steroids, but surgery, that is, vermilionectomy or lip strip, is recommended.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The reason for this difference in morbidity is not clear, but it may reflect racial or etiological differences. The etiology of CG is still unknown, but it has been suggested to be an autosomal dominant hereditary disease for which smoking, poor oral hygiene, chronic exposure to sunlight and wind, and a compromised immune system are predisposing factors [2, 8, 9, 13, 14]. Swerlick and Cooper reviewed forty-eight cases of CG described in the literature and suggested that CG patients can be categorized into three groups [15].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Our case is characterized by early onset, a positive family history of the condition, and the absence of any clinical or histopathological evidence of chronic inflammation or irritation, or both. Thus, it might be considered an example of the cheilitis glandularis simplex type in which hereditary factors are significant [8].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Elsôsorban férfiakon, (70-90%-ban) az alsó ajak megbetegedése (44), de leírtak, gyermekeken és a felsô ajkon (4%) kialakult kórképet is (64,77,80,83).…”
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“…A cheilitis glandularis lefolyásában három stádium kü-lönböztethetô meg (korábban ezeket a formákat külön-kü-lön betegségnek tartották) (62,77,80): a.) Cheilitis glandularis simplex: kezdeti szak, csak a piros, fájdalmatlan, az ajakpíron vörös vagy sötét pontozottság észlelhetô (leírójuk Puente és Acevedo).…”
Section: Klinikumunclassified