stomatitis

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sto·ma·ti·tis

 (stō′mə-tī′tĭs)
n.
Inflammation of the mucous tissue of the mouth.

stomatitis

(ˌstəʊməˈtaɪtɪs; ˌstɒm-)
n
(Pathology) inflammation of the mouth
stomatitic adj

sto•ma•ti•tis

(ˌstoʊ məˈtaɪ tɪs, ˌstɒm ə-)

n.
inflammation of the mouth.
[1855–60]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.stomatitis - inflammation of the mucous membrane of the mouth
inflammation, redness, rubor - a response of body tissues to injury or irritation; characterized by pain and swelling and redness and heat
vesicular stomatitis - a disease of horses, cattle, swine, and occasionally human beings; caused by the vesiculovirus
Translations
Stomatitis

sto·ma·ti·tis

n. estomatitis, infl. de la mucosa de la boca;
aphthous ______ aftosa.

stomatitis

n estomatitis f
References in periodicals archive ?
Most commonly found lesions were oral candidiasis in various forms (3,7,14,18), gingivitis (2,13,14,16), acute her petic gingivostomatitis (2), linear gingival erythema (1,10,17), oral hairy leukoplakia (5,9,13), Kaposi's sarcoma (1,5,15) and parotid enlargement (4,13,15,19).
Neonatal HSV-1 infection also has been reported in neonates born to women with primary HSV-1 gingivostomatitis during pregnancy; 70% of these women had oral clinical symptoms during the peripartum period.
gingivostomatitis or blisters (HSV) and infectious mononucleosis syndrome (CMV and EBV) (3,5,6).
These cases comprise primary herpetic gingivostomatitis or the well-known orolabial HSV To characterize the more atypical presentations in the pediatric population, the investigators reviewed the charts of all 48 patients referred to their pediatric dermatology clinic in a 10-year period after receiving a diagnosis of HSV Only 19% of these patients were older than 11 years of age, and more than 40% were younger than 2 years of age at presentation.
Clinical, pathological, immunohistochemical and molecular characterization of feline chronic gingivostomatitis.
palms, soles, buttocks, knees, elbows, lower limbs, upper limbs, generalized, or any other localization), buccal or peribuccal ulcers, gingivostomatitis, herpangina, and digestive/respiratory/ear, nose, and throat/neurologic signs; the onset date of the disease; and the date of sample collection.
Cornell is seeking cats with chronic, non-responsive gingivostomatitis for a clinical trial using stem cells.
Other differential diagnosis included necrotizing ulcerative gingivostomatitis with facial involvement (noma), osteomyelitis, leishmaniasis, Wegener granulomatosis, deep fungal infection, and amelanotic melanoma.
b- Pharyngitis is described in case of: - primary herpetic gingivostomatitis - varicella
Infective included the bacterial, fungal and viral diseases; such as primary herpetic gingivostomatitis, herpes zoster, herpangina, infectious mononucleosis, acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis, tuberculosis, syphilis, actinomycosis and HIV infection.
Other accompanying findings may include labial vesicles, upper respiratory tract infection, gingivostomatitis and keratitis and these findings are useful in the diagnosis (2,5,50).