Study of oral manifestations in chronic kidney disease in vindhya Region
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2021, Volume 8, Issue 4, Pages 2336-2347
AbstractBackground: Normal kidney secretes nitrogenous waste product, regulate volume and
acid /base balance of plasma and synthesize erythropoietin, 25-(OH)2- cholecalciferol
and renin. Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is caused by a progressive and irreversible
decline in the number of nephrons. A wide variety of oral manifestations occurs in CKD
patients. Determination and identification of these manifestations will improve the
quality of life in these patients.
Methods: Thus, this cross-sectional study was conducted in the Department of
Medicine, Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Hospital (SGMH), associated with Shyam Shah
Medical College (SSMC), Rewa, in the Vindhya region between February 2019 and
Results: Out of 127 patients, maximum prevalence of oral manifestations occurring was
pallor (93.70%), xerostomia (84.25%), halitosis (72.44%), sore throat (64.56%), lip
pigmentation (63.77%), periodontitis (48.81%). High Urea levels were found to be
highly significant when correlated with halitosis (p<0.00052). Xerostomia was found
significant when correlated with duration of dialysis (<1 year) with p<0.032.
Conclusions: Manifestations of CKD are common during the progression of uremia. In
the patients studied, the impact of CKD on the oral cavity was evidenced by significant
changes, which pointed to an inter-relationship between oral health and CKD.
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