aggressive periodontitis


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aggressive periodontitis

Abbreviation: AgP
Periodontitis in which alveolar bone loss and ligament failure occur rapidly, resulting in dental mobility and sometimes exfoliation (loss of teeth). The disease often begins in adolescence and may cluster in families. Synonym: generalized progressive periodontitis
See also: periodontitis
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Effects of periodontal therapy on GCF cytokines in generalized aggressive periodontitis subjects.
The typical clinical features of PLS include palmoplantar hyperkeratosis and generalized aggressive periodontitis accompanied by severe alveolar bone destruction, leading to early loss of both primary and permanent dentitions.
This case report describes the interdisciplinary management of four controlled aggressive periodontitis cases that were treated in a conservative manner.
(31.) Meng H, Ren X, Tian Y, Feng X, Xu L, Zhang L y colaboradores Genetic study of families affected with aggressive periodontitis. Periodontol.
Microbiological criteria were not mentioned as primary features separating chronic from aggressive periodontitis. However, for AgP, the secondary features that are generally, but not universally, present included elevated proportions of Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitan (AA) and, in some populations, Porphyromonas gingivalis (Pg), phagocyte abnormalities, and a hyper-responsive macrophage phenotype, including elevated levels of prostaglandin E2 and interleukin-1beta.
Prevalence of periodontopathic bacteria in aggressive periodontitis patients in Japanese population.
Klapproth et al., "The interleukin-10 promoter haplotype ATA is a putative risk factor for aggressive periodontitis," Journal of Periodontal Research, vol.
Regarding aggressive periodontitis, bacteria that play a role in periodontal disease are A.
Although Aa is mostly related to aggressive periodontitis, evidence does show that it is frequently present in chronic periodontitis as well.
Neutrophil-mediated tissue injury in periodontal disease pathogenesis: findings from localized aggressive periodontitis. J Periodontal.
Aggressive periodontitis can be localised or generalised.
Telomere length in leukocytes and cultured gingival fibroblasts from patients with aggressive periodontitis. Rev.

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