Аспекты этиологии и патогенеза рецидивирующего афтозного стоматита

Авторы

  • О.Ф. Рабинович 1 д.м.н., зав. отделением заболеваний слизистой оболочки рта
  • Е.С. Абрамова 1 к.м.н., старший научный сотрудник отделения заболеваний слизистой оболочки рта
  • К.В. Умарова 1 к.м.н., научный сотрудник отделения заболеваний слизистой оболочки рта
  • И.М. Рабинович 1 д.м.н., профессор, зав. отделом терапевтической стоматологии
  • 1 ЦНИИСиЧЛХ

Аннотация

Обзор посвящен современному анализу данных отечественной и иностранной литературы в отношении этиологии и патогенеза рецидивирующего афтозного стоматита. Приведены сведения преимущественно за последние 5-10 лет. Данный обзор поможет врачам в понимании стратегии комплексного лечения данного заболевания.

Ключевые слова:

рецидивирующий афтозный стоматит, этиология

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Рабинович О.Ф., Абрамова Е.С., Умарова К.В., Рабинович И.М. Аспекты этиологии и патогенеза рецидивирующего афтозного стоматита. — Клиническая стоматология. — 2015; 4 (76): 8-13

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