Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Author : Babu, Dr. N.Aravindha


Type of article- Review article Title of the article- Oral manifestation of haematological disorder- A short review

Dr. N.Aravindha Babu; Dr. Ryhanath Gulshan. F; Dr. K.M.K. Masthan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 1462-1465

Haematological abnormalities are variable in nature which manifests in the oral cavity. The symptoms are non specific representing the initial sign of the underlying disease. The importance of understanding the oral manifestations lies in the fact that signs and symptoms may be the first clinical presentation that alerts the dentist/hematologist to an underlying hematological disorder

Type of article- Review article Title of the article- Oral parasitic infection- A short review

Dr. N.Aravindha Babu; Dr. Ryhanath Gulshan. F; Dr. K.M.K. Masthan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 1466-1468

The human oral cavity hosts various microorganisms such as bacteria, virus, fungi and parasites. Parasites includes various protozoan and worms which may infect human and causes parasitic diseases. Parasitic infections can be caused by three types of organisms:protozoa, helminths and ectoparasites.

MUCORMYCOSIS - A REVIEW

Dr. G. NISHANTH; Dr. N. Anitha; Dr. N.Aravindha Babu; Dr. L. Malathi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 1786-1791

Mucormycosis is a rare angio invasive infection mainly recognized in immunocompromised patients which occurs due to the fungi mucorales. This rare fungal infection can be classified into rhino-orbitocerebral, cutaneous, disseminated, gastrointestinal, and pulmonary types. Inspiote of aggressive treatment once detected or diagnosed overall increased mortality rate is reported. This review aims in providing with brief details regarding the Etiopathogenesis of Mucormycosis, fatality of rhinocerebral Mucormycosis along with recent advances in diagnostic and treatment methods

KERATINIZING PLEOMORPHIC ADENOMA- A QUICK REVIEW ON THE RARE VARIENT

Dr. Sangeetha Priya.P; Dr. N.Aravindha Babu; Dr. K.M.K. Masthan; Dr. E. Rajesh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 1776-1780

The presence of numerous keratin pearls on microscopic study is a feature commonly seen in well-differentiated squamous cell carcinoma. Pleomorphic adenoma (PA) can show the presence of squamous metaplasia with keratin pearls as a rare finding. This article present a short review on this rare variant of pleomorphic adenoma which exuberant squamous metaplasia and keratin cysts formations in salivary gland keratinizing pleomorphic adenoma .

Chairside screening technique for Oral Potentially Malignant Disorders (OPMDs)

Dr B. Ishwariya; Dr. N.Aravindha Babu; Dr. K.M.K. Masthan; Dr. E. Rajesh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 1747-1751

Oral cancer is the main leading cancer in India and 80% of Oral malignancy is analysed and diagnosed in the late stage. Oral Potentially Malignant Disorder (OPMDs) are the precursors of Oral malignancy. Delay in the diagnosis and screening is the main reason for the high death rate for oral cancer. Early Screening and treatment are an important role to prevent the progression of OPMDs into oral malignancy and also control the death rate. This Review article is to give the various clinical chairside screening methods using advanced techniques to detect the OPMDs.

POST MENOPAUSAL XEROSTOMIA

Dr S.Aafiya Reshma; Dr. L. Malathi; Dr. N.Aravindha Babu; Dr.E. Rajesh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 1798-1803

Menopause is a physiological activity in women which brings changes at both systemic and oral level. At old age, oral hygiene and oral health becomes a major problem and the dentist are the ones who find those changes in the body throughout the menopause. The gums and teeth are more prone to changes in hormones that take place before menopause and slows down body’s capacity to fight back minor infections too. This article reviews about dry mouth during menopause which is of major concern which causes xerostomia.

Treatment options for Oral Potentially Malignant Disorder (OPMDs)

Dr B. Ishwariya; Dr. N.Aravindha Babu; Dr. K.M.K. Masthan; Dr. N. Anitha

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 1832-1843

Oral Cancer is a deadly infection, causing serious mortality and morbidity globally. Almost all oral cancerous lesions are derived from Oral potentially malignant disorder (OPMD). Among overall 60 to 70% of the Indian patients were introduced for therapy just in the advanced stage of oral malignant growth prompting a high death rate. The absence of public awareness about the screening and treatment during the premalignant stage along with the lack of knowledge for early detection by medical and health care providers are the main reason for this diagnostic delay and treatment initiation. This article aims to give different treatment options for Oral Potentially Malignant Disorder (OPMD) to prevent the progression of OPMD into malignancy.

ORAL COMPLICATIONS AND LESIONS ASSOCIATED WITH HYPOSALIVATION AND DRY MOUTH

Dr. Sangeetha Priya.P; Dr. N.Aravindha Babu; Dr. K.M.K. Masthan; Dr. L. Malathi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 1771-1775

Hyposalivation is the reduction of salivary flow and Xerostomia is the sensation of having a dry mouth. Patient with this sensation of dry mouth will also have a noticeable and measurable decrease in the amount of saliva in their mouths, a condition referred to as hyposalivation. Saliva is a key element in oral homeostasis, oral function and maintenance of oral health. Dry mouth has multiple oral health consequences and affects quality of life. This article emphasizes on the oral complications and lesions that can be commonly encountered among patients with hyposalivation.

SJOGREN’S SYNDROME-A REVIEW

Dr. S. Kowsalya; Dr. N.Aravindha Babu; Dr. K.M.K. Masthan; Dr. N. Anitha

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 1810-1820

Sjogren’s syndrome (SS) is a slowly progressive chronic autoimmune disease characterized bychronic inflammation of the exocrine glands. Xerostomia, Keratoconjuctivitis sicca and the B-lymphocytes hyperactivity are the characteristic features of the syndrome.Sjogren's syndrome (SS) also called as “Mikulicz disease” and “Sicca syndrome”. Lacrimal and salivary glands are most affected, which leading to mouth dryness and eye dryness.Sjogren syndrome can exist by itself known as primary Sjogren syndrome or associated with another disorders such as systemic sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, primary biliary cirrhosis or Hashimoto thyroiditis (associated secondary Sjogren syndrome).

OIL PULLING AND ITS ORAL BENEFITS-A REVIEW

R. Hariharan; Dr. N.Aravindha Babu; Dr. K.M.K. Masthan; Dr. E. Rajesh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 1792-1797

Oil pulling is a traditional therapy rehearsed in old India. It is accepted to treat more than thirty systemic diseases when rehearsed routinely and as coordinated. Because of event of results to present day medications and oral hygiene products, individuals are progressively pulled in towards reciprocal and conventional practices. Oil pulling notwithstanding offering a few oral and medical advantages has likewise gainful consequences for by and large wellbeing. The current article endeavors to review and describe this antiquated practice.