Obraz jamy ustnej w zaburzeniach odżywiania

Paradowska, Anna; Sieja, Agnieszka
March 2010
Gastroenterologia Polska / Gastroenterology;2010, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p111
Academic Journal
Psychically based eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa are becoming more and more frequent. Their etiology is multifactorial. Beside the psychical and somatic problems, eating disorders may manifest in the oral cavity - the symptoms may occur at the oral mucosa, teeth, parodontium with its tissues, or salivary glands. The most common symptoms are: epidermal atrophy, taste disorders, burning mouth, angular cheilitis, xerostomia, and rarer - gingivitis and parodontitis. In the vomiting patients teeth erosions, injuries of the palate and ulcerations may be present. The patient, beside the dental treatment, should be treated somatically and he also should be under the psychological care.


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