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Technical scheme for the treatment of AIDS with Nano-tea

Part 9 The relation between mouth pathological changes and clinical diagnosis of AIDS
Apart from systematic pathological changes, the mouth pathological change has also gradually drown peoples attention. Mouth is a part susceptible to opportunistic infections and therefore a window to look into the development of AIDS. Many pathological changes in the mouth appear before the onset of AIDS, indicating the approach of clinical manifestations of AIDS at early stage. However, some doctors dont pay enough attention to mouth diseases, such as red and swollen gums, periodontitis and thrush, and only give systematic drug to the patient. After a time, the pathological change in the mouth doesnt turn better and even deteriorates, the doctors might perhaps connect it with AIDS, but some doctors still give any no response. Therefore, understanding the mouth manifestations of AIDS is important or the early discovery of AIDS and control of its spread.
1. Classification of pathological changes in the mouth

  • Mycotic infection
    For the patients with AIDS and relevant symptoms, mycotic infection is a common complicating disease, inclusive of candidiasis, Histoplasmosis and crytococcosis. The infection seldom happens in the persons with normal immunologic function, but may happen in the patients who have taken broad spectrum antibiotics for a long time. After stopping the medicine, the infection clears up soon. However, mycotic infection in the mouth complicated with AIDS is difficult to cure and tends to reappear.
  • Bacterial infection
    Various pathogenic bacteria including anaerobic bacterium, klebsiella pneumoniae, pneumobacillus, colibacillus and actinomyce may induce mouth infection. Bacterial infection in the mouth of patients with AIDS may lead to necrotic gingivitis, periodontitis, apicitis, sinusitis and areolar tissue inflammation below the jaw.
  • Virus infection
    Virus infection includes the infections by herpes virus, EB virus and cytomegalovirus. These viruses dont induce pathological change in the mouth for health people, but for AIDS patients, they may cause pathological change in the mouth, such as herpes stomatitis, ulceratiue stomatitis and hairy leukoplakia.
  • Pathological change of tumors

  • Include Kaposis sarcoma, non-Hodgkins lymphoma and squamous cell carcinoma.
    2The major manifestations of pathological change in the mouth of AIDS patients C HIV-related periodontitis
    Some HIV infected and AIDS patients present a specific type of periodontal lesion, the clinical manifestations of which at early stage are periodontitis and habitacle-shape ulcer and necrosis at the gum wandering edge. The gum swells, red in color like flame, extremely pain and often spontaneously bleeding, with significant and specific halitosis, followed by the necrosis of periodontal tissue and bone tissue and significant looseness and pain of the teeth. There are reports of patients losing their gum over 90% within 3-6 months, which involves all the teeth.
    The cause of HIV-related periodontitis is not yet clear, but anaerobic bacterium infection and hypofunction
    of immunity might be the factors leading to the necrosis of periodontal tissue and bone tissue. Candida albicans can be found in the bacterium plaque of periodontitis, but Candida albican infection generally doesnt lead to deep necrosis of soft tissue and jawbone. It is likely that anaerobic bacterium infection in the mouth is accompanied by Candida albican infection. In short, the pathology of the disease is very complicated and insanitation, local injury and the formation of gum pocket (the third molar) all have something to do with the disease. Under normal conditions, anaerobic bacteria may be present in the intervals of teeth, gingival troughs and peiodontal pockets, and when the defense capacity of the organism is lowered and the mouth is not sanitary, causative bacteria will increase and cause disease.