Oral Manifestations Of Hiv Infection: PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2ND INTL WORKSHOP ON ORAL MANIFESTATIONS OF HIV INFECTION / Edition 1

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Reviewer: Mark L. Banakis, DDS (University of Chicago Medical Center)
Description: The book is basically a collection of all the papers presented at the second international workshop on oral manifestations of the HIV infection.
Purpose: The purpose was simply to present the papers delivered at the workshop.
Audience: The best audience for this text would be researchers in the oral manifestations of the HIV infection. I don't believe it is a good text for dentists or dental students.
Features: A book dealing with the oral manifestations of the HIV infection should have a great deal more illustrations and photos. The book does have good current references.
Assessment: The book basically presented all the papers delivered at the second international workshop on the oral manifestations of the HIV infection. The majority of this material is research-oriented and not a good reference for the general dentist. If the general dentist was the intended audience, more illustrations should have been used, along with more discussion of the diagnosis, etiology, and treatment of these oral manifestations of the HIV infection.
Mark L. Banakis
The book is basically a collection of all the papers presented at the second international workshop on oral manifestations of the HIV infection. The purpose was simply to present the papers delivered at the workshop. The best audience for this text would be researchers in the oral manifestations of the HIV infection. I don't believe it is a good text for dentists or dental students. A book dealing with the oral manifestations of the HIV infection should have a great deal more illustrations and photos. The book does have good current references. The book basically presented all the papers delivered at the second international workshop on the oral manifestations of the HIV infection. The majority of this material is research-oriented and not a good reference for the general dentist. If the general dentist was the intended audience, more illustrations should have been used, along with more discussion of the diagnosis, etiology, and treatment of these oral manifestations of the HIV infection.
Booknews
The February 1993 workshop, held just five years after the first such workshop in 1987, reflected the significant advances made in the field, emphasized the growing recognition by the health professions of the significance of oral HIV-related disease, and identified areas where more work is urgently needed. The proceedings are divided into sections on HIV and women; epidemiology of oral lesions; candidiasis; HIV, Saliva, and salivary glands; Epstein-Barr virus and hairy leukoplakia; Kaposi's sarcoma; oral ulcers; HIV in children; periodontal diseases; occupational issues; provision of care to the HIV-positive population; and treatment of HIV-associated oral diseases. There is also a summary and recommendations from the workshop. Nicely produced and well-illustrated, largely in color. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

2 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780867152869
  • Publisher: Quintessence
  • Publication date: 1/1/1995
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 381

Table of Contents

Preface 18
Acknowledgments - Note on Abbreviations 19
1 The HIV/AIDS Pandemic: 1993 and Beyond 21
2 The Natural History of HIV Infection in Women: The Bay Area Research Consortium on Women and AIDS
3 Oral Lesions and the Epidemiology of HIV 38
4 Staging the Natural History of HIV Disease 42
5 Epidemiology of Oral Manifestations of HIV Infection in a US Military Population 49
6 Necrotizing Periodontal Disease in HIV-1-Infected Patients: A 4-Year Study in Kigali, Rwanda 60
7 Results of a 3-Year Longitudinal Follow-Up of Women at High Risk of AIDS 68
8 Oral Lesions of HIV-1 Infection in Mexico City 73
9 Oral Candidiasis and HIV Infection 80
10 Candidiasis and HIV Infection: Virulence as an Adaptive Response 85
11 A Molecular Approach to the Role of Switching in Oral Candidiasis 93
12 Anticandidal Activities of Salivary Secretions 103
13 Oral Candidiasis and HIV Infection: Antifungal Drug Resistance and Changes in Candida Population Dynamics
14 Candidiasis vs Hairy Leukoplakia in HIV Infection 119
15 Mucosal Immunity to HIV-1 in Infected Women 122
16 Anti-HIV-1 Activity in Human Saliva 130
17 Mucosal Immunity to Candida in HIV Infection and AIDS 138
18 HIV-Associated Salivary Gland Disease 145
19 Salivary IgA Subclass Responses in HIV-Associated Salivary Gland Disease 152
20 Epstein-Barr Virus Strain Variation and Expression in Oral Hairy Leukoplakia 159
21 Epstein-Barr Virus and Hairy Leukoplakia: Implications for Virus Persistence and Replication 166
22 Nucleotide Sequence Heterogeneity of Epstein-Barr Virus Latent Membrane Protein 1 Gene in Oral Hairy Leukoplakia 175
23 Patterns of Epstein-Barr Virus Gene Expression and Epithelial Cell Differentiation in Hairy Leukoplakia 184
24 Hairy Leukoplakia: Functional and Behavioral Implications of Altered Mucosal Differentiation 192
25 The Pathogenesis and Treatment of Human Immunodeficiency-Associated Kaposi's Sarcoma 200
26 Oral Ulcerations in Patients with HIV Infection: Etiology, Diagnosis, and Management 205
27 Similarities Between Oral Lesions in AIDS and Other Immunodeficiency States 218
28 Oral Cytomegalovirus Infection in Association with HIV Infection: A Review 225
29 Pediatric HIV Infection 229
30 Oral Manifestations in Pediatric HIV Infection 234
31 Experiences of a Pediatric Dental Program for HIV-Positive Children: Oral Manifestations and Dental Diseases Observed in 58 Children 240
32 A Critical Review of Periodontal Disease as a Manifestation of HIV Infection 247
33 Are Unique Bacterial Pathogens Involved in HIV-Associated Periodontal Diseases? 257
34 Pathogenesis of HIV-Associated Periodontal Disease: What's Known and What Isn't 263
35 Periodontal Therapy for Patients with HIV Infection 273
36 Problems of Diagnosing Periodontal Changes Associated with HIV 281
37 Review of Presentations on Periodontal Diseases and HIV Infection 289
38 Assessing Risk of Occupational Exposures to HIV 292
39 Reemergence of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Infection as a Major Occupational Risk for Health Professionals 296
40 Assessing the Effectiveness of Occupational Infection-Control Measures for Dental Personnel 309
41 HIV-Infected Patients and Providers: From Policies to Paradoxes 313
42 Specialized HIV Dental Clinics: Why Patients Choose Dedicated Facilities for Care 319
43 Dedicated Dental Clinics for HIV-Infected People: Separate but Equal? 324
44 General Dental Practitioner Care for the HIV-Positive Population: A Balanced Decision 330
45 Oral Health Care for HIV-Positive Patients and the Western Sydney Area Health Service 336
46 Development of a Houston Community-Based Dental Health-Care Clinic for Indigent HIV-Positive Patients 340
47 Oral Health Care for Adults with HIV Infection: Development of a Manual for Oral Health-Care Providers 345
48 Factors Associated with Dentists' Willingness to Treat HIV-Infected Patients 351
49 Should There Be Dedicated Dental Clinics for HIV-Infected Patients? 357
50 Current Therapy for Common Oral Diseases Associated with HIV/AIDS 362
51 Summary and Recommendations from the Second International Workshop on Oral Manifestations of HIV Infection 366
Index 371
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