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Oral ulcers – Aphtaplus

Oral ulcers – Aphtaplus

ORAL ULCERS – APHTAPLUS   Physiopathology: Nearly 10% of the world population regularly suffers from oral ulcers (canker sores). In theory, ulcer healing is extremely easy as it simply requires killing the bacterial cells on one hand and stimulating the...
Oral mucositis – Orosol

Oral mucositis – Orosol

ORAL MUCOSITIS – Orosol   Physiopathology: Oral mucositis is a very common side effect of cancer chemotherapy. The oral mucosa being one of the fastest growing tissues in the body, cytostatic effect of cancer therapies on oral mucosa cells blocks cellular...
Herpes labial – Herpecilin

Herpes labial – Herpecilin

HERPES LABIAL – HERPECILIN   Physiopathology: After initial infection, HSV1 ascends nerve axons & remains latent in the ganglia, until it gets activated by a trigger & migrates to the skin and mucosa surface. A vesicle develops where the virus...
Hemorrhoid & piles

Hemorrhoid & piles

HEMORRHOIDS & PILES   Physiopathology: The anal area is highly vascularized & fragile. An injury may lead to the protrusion of a strangulated blood vessel. Arteries being more elastic compared to the veins, more liquid enters & starts accumulating...
Hay Fever allergy

Hay Fever allergy

HAY FEVER : ALLERGIC RHINITIS   Physiopathology: Nearly 15-20% world population suffers from Allergic Rhinitis. Mast cells are naturally present on the surface of the nasal mucosa. When an allergen comes in contact with the nasal mucosa, T&B cell activation...
Dry mouth & wounds – Hydrafilm

Dry mouth & wounds – Hydrafilm

Dry mouth & wounds – HydraFilm   Physiopathology: Xerostomia (Dry mouth) often develops when the amount of saliva that bathes the oral mucous membranes is reduced due to poor salivary gland secretion. This condition is frequent in patients at the end of...