localized juvenile periodontitis

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ju·ve·nile per·i·o·don·ti·tis

(jū'vĕ-nil per'ē-ō-don-tī'tis) [MIM*170650]
Degenerative periodontal disease of adolescents in which periodontal destruction is out of proportion to local irritating factors present on adjacent teeth; inflammatory changes become superimposed, and bone loss, migration, and extrusion are observed. Two forms are recognized: localized, in which the destruction is limited to the incisors and first molars; and generalized, involving all teeth.
Synonym(s): localized juvenile periodontitis, periodontosis.
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The correlation of gingival crevicular fluid interleukin-8 levels and periodontal status in localized juvenile periodontitis.
Microbiological and clinical effects of surgical treatment of localized juvenile periodontitis.
Metronidazole in the treatment of localized juvenile periodontitis.
Clinical and microbiological effects of adjunctive antibiotics in treatment of localized juvenile periodontitis.
The distribution and transmission of Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans in families with localized juvenile periodontitis.
1- Selection of site: The sampled sites were either molars and incisors, because these areas are most frequently affected in localized juvenile periodontitis (Figure 1).
3%); Aggregatibacterium actinomycetemcomitans has been implicated as primary causative agent in localized juvenile periodontitis [10, 3, 24].
Crevicular fluid collagenase activity in healthy, gingivitis, chronic adult periodontitis and localized juvenile periodontitis patients.
The in vivo expression of the collagenolytic matrix metalloproteinases (MMP-2,-8,-13, and -14) and matrilysin (MMP-7) in adult and localized juvenile periodontitis.
The immediate efficacy of adjunctive doxycycline in treatment of localized juvenile periodontitis.
Suppression of subgingival Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans in localized juvenile periodontitis by systemic tetracycline.
Called localized juvenile periodontitis (LJP), the disease develops rapidly in the tissues around specific teeth -- the incisors and first molars.

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