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Oral Herpes

Oral herpes is an infection caused by the herpes simplex virus. The virus causes painful sores on your lips, gums, tongue, roof of your mouth, and inside your cheeks. It also can cause symptoms such as fever and muscle aches. The herpes simplex virus affects only humans. Mouth sores most commonly occur in children aged 1-2 years, but they can affect people at any age and any time of the year. People contract herpes by touching infected saliva, mucous membranes, or skin. Because the virus is highly contagious, most people have been infected by at least 1 herpes subtype before adulthood. After the herpes virus infects you, it has a rather unique ability to proceed to 3 stages. Primary infection: The virus enters your skin or mucous membrane and reproduces. During this stage, oral sores and other symptoms, such as fever, may develop. The virus may not cause any sores and symptoms. You may not know that you have it. This is called asymptomatic infection. Asymptomatic infection occurs twice as often as the disease with symptoms. Latency: From the infected site, the virus moves to a mass of nervous tissue in your spine called the dorsal root ganglion. There the virus reproduces again and becomes inactive. Recurrence: When you encounter certain stresses, emotional or physical, the virus may reactivate and cause new sores and symptoms.

oral administration of medication - definition of oral ...

the administration of a tablet, a capsule, an elixir, or a solution or other liquid form of medication by mouth. An adequate amount of water should be given ...

Oral administration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Oral administration (per os) is a route of administration where a substance is taken through the mouth. Contents. 1 Terminology; 2 Scope; 3 Facilitating ...

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Oral administration of RAC-alpha-lipoic acid modulates insulin ...

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ADALAT®CC (nifedipine)Extended Release TabletsFor Oral Use

ADALAT CC tablets contain either 30, 60, or 90 mg of nifedipine for once-a-day oral administration. Inert ingredients in the formulation are: ...

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Latuda (Lurasidone HCL Tablets for Oral Administration) Drug ...

Learn about the prescription medication Latuda (Lurasidone HCL Tablets for Oral Administration), drug uses, dosage, side effects, drug interactions, ...

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10 CFR 35.392 Training for the oral administration of sodium ...

35.392 Training for the oral administration of sodium iodide I-131 requiring a written directive in quantities less than or equal to 1.22 gigabecquerels (33 ...

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Safety and Validation of Efficacy of Oral Administration of the ...

Sep 3, 2008 ... This clinical study is designed to evaluate the safety and efficacy of oral administration of the food additive colostrum derived antibodies ...

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Mouth ulcer
You will usually know if you have a mouth ulcer by looking at its appearance. A mouth ulcer will be...

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Oral thrush
Oral thrush is a condition in which the fungus Candida albicans accumulates on the lining of your mouth.

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Oral cancer
Oral cancer is cancer of the mouth.

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Oral Tobacco
Many people who chew tobacco or dip snuff think it's safer than smoking. But you don't have to smoke tobacco for it to be dangerous. Chewing or dipping carries risks like Recent research shows the dangers of smokeless tobacco may go beyond the mouth. It might also play a role in other cancers, heart disease and stroke.

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Mouth sores
Various types of sores can appear anywhere within the mouth, including the inner cheeks, gums, tongue, lips, or palate.

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Mouth-smart
Brooklime is a succulent perennial plant, its round stem grows 1-1 1/2 feet high from a creeping jointed rootstock. The leaves are glabrous, ovate or broadly elliptical, and finely serrate. The small blue flowers grow in axillary spikes from May to August. Seeds appear the month after flowering.

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Mouth ulcers
Mouth ulcers are sores or open lesions in the mouth. (See also mouth sores or canker sores)

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Mouth cancer
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ORAL ANESTHETIC
Temporarily relieves pain caused by braces and dentures, canker sores, cold sores, fever blisters, minor irritation or injury to the mouth, sore gums due to teething (infants and children), or toothaches. The spray is used to numb the mouth and throat and to prevent gagging during a medical or dental procedure. This medicine is an oral anesthetic.

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Oral Mucocele
An oral mucocele is a harmless, fluid-containing (cyst-like) swelling of the lip or mouth lining (mucosa) due to mucus from the small salivary glands of the mouth leaking into the soft tissue, usually from injury (trauma) or blockage of the gland. A similar lesion, the mucus-retention cyst, occurs from blockage and backup of saliva in the gland.

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Oral candidiasis
Oral candidiasis (kan-di-DEYE-ah-sis), also known as thrush, occurs when fungi (yeast-like germs) affect the mouth, gums, or tongue. Normally, some types of fungi live inside the mouth and do not harm the body. In a healthy immune system, there is a balance of fungi and other organisms. The immune system is the part of your body that fights infection. When this healthy balance changes, the fungi may grow out of control and cause oral candidiasis.

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