Oral Infections

  • Peter A. Reichart


During the course of HIV infection and AIDS, a spectrum of oral manifestations of opportunistic infections may be seen in the mouth. While some of these are particular to the oral cavity, for example, oral hairy leukoplakia and necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis and periodontitis, others may also affect the entire gastrointestinal tract.


Oral Lesion Oral Infection Oral Candidiasis Oral Manifestation Oral Candidiasis 
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