PMID: 12164644Aug 8, 2002

Consensus guidelines on quantifying HIV-related oral mucosal disease

Oral Diseases
S FlintP Robinson

Abstract

The workshop agreed that the development of consensus quantification protocols was desirable, but that this whole field was underdeveloped, to date. The working goals were therefore redefined (vide infra). Three possible protocols were presented and discussed relating to oral hairy leukoplakia, oral ulceration (NOS) and oral candidiasis. There was agreement that different data-set protocols would have to be developed for specific HIV-related mucosal diseases. Furthermore, the data set should be consistent, standardized and disaggregated. In this way, with everyone working to the same standards of outcome, data from geographically, nationally, socially or culturally different areas could be readily compared. A future meeting to generate the disease-specific protocols would, most likely, be needed.

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Related Concepts

Oral Candidiasis
Repeated Rounds of Survey
Mouth Diseases
World Health
HIV Infections
Immunocompromised Host
AIDS-Related Opportunistic Infections
Leukoplakia, Hairy
Oral Ulcer
Antiretroviral Therapy, Highly Active

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