ORAL MANIFESTATIONS OF CROHN'S DISEASE: A CASE REPORT

Miranda Muhvic Urek, Brankica Mijandrusic Sincic, Alen Braut

Abstract


Crohns disease is a chronic inflammatory bowel disease still with unknown etiology. In 0.5-20 % of patients, extraintestinal lesions in the oral cavity can be presented in forms of orofacial granulomatosis, cobblestone and corrugated oral mucosa, mucosal tags, deep linear ulcerations with hyperplastic folds, pyostomatits vegetans, aphthous ulcers, angular cheilitis, labial/facial edema and gingival erythema/edema. We describe a case of a 28-year-old male who was presented with oral lesions of Crohns disease and treatment procedure. The patient was candidate for biologic treatment so dental procedures and preparation of the patient for treatment are described. Good communication and cooperation between the patient's doctor and dentist are important for successful treatment.


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Crohn´s disease; Inflammatory bowel disease; Oral manifestation

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