DOI: 10.1111/scd.12628
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Abstract: Aims:To evaluate the unstimulated salivary flow (USF) and salivary colonization of total Streptococcus spp. (TS) and mutans-group (MS) in pediatric patients with hematological tumors. Correlations of salivary and microbiological changes with chemotherapy and patient-related factors were also verified. Methods and Results: Eligible children (n = 31) were evaluated before (control) and after (2, 5, and 10-weeks) the chemotherapy protocol was applied. Saliva samples were collected by the traditional spitting meth… Show more

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