PMID: 1055977Jun 1, 1975

Unusual oral lesions in a uremic patient. Review of the literature and report of a case

Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, and Oral Pathology
M T Jaspers

Abstract

Uremia is defined as the accumulation of nitrogenous waste products in the blood. Uremia may be caused by either acute or chronic renal failure. Uremic stomatitis represents a relatively uncommon intraoral complication of uremia. Uremic stomatitis has classically been divided into ulcerative and nonulcerative types. Reported here is a patient with chronic renal failure exhibiting intraoral lesions that persisted despite local treatment but rapidly cleared following renal dialysis. This case represents the first published report of the microscopic appearance of the nonulcerative type and presents unusual tissue changes heretofore unreported.

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