Treating Geographic Tongue

Healthy Tongue Secrets Revealed

Healthy Tongue Secrets Revealed is an e-book that discusses all types of tongue problems. Tongue problems are an important indicator that something is wrong in your body. By discovering how to keep your tongue healthy, you can also keep your whole body healthy. Healthy Tongue Secrets Revealed discusses methods to treat problems like thrush, geographic tongue and burning tongue syndrome. There exist no medical cures for these conditions, but author Tim McMahon created a system that will give you a healthy, pink tongue. After many years of research, McMahon discovered that there's a relationship between tongue health and the amounts of nutrients you eat. The more regularly vitamins and minerals you take in, the healthier your tongue will be. Actuality, you are going to healthier overall. The vitamins, minerals and other recommendations within this book are easy to find in nearly any pharmacy or healthy food store. They are also inexpensive and safe. More here...

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Treating Geographic Tongue

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Treating Geographic Tongue Summary

Contents: EBook
Author: Timothy McMahon
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Price: $39.95

Head and Neck Diseases

The diseases of the tongue discussed in the texts cannot be clearly divided into glossitis and epithelio-mata, and many symptoms were taken to be disease entities in themselves. Diseases of the throat are generally termed Kantharoga. Among those that appear to be discussed are diphtheria, peritonsillar abscess, carcinoma of the base of the tongue, laryngeal and pharyngeal cancer, acute stomatitis, and chronic laryngitis.

The risk to the individual

Skin infections of different kinds are common in sports, usually in the form of infected chafing sores, athlete's foot, infected eczema and plantar warts. Dermal borreliosis (erythema migrans in Lyme disease) is common among sportsmen who are exposed to ticks. Myocarditis is a rare but well-known complication of borreliosis. Sometimes even minor skin infections, on account of their location, can form a hindrance to sports activities and in occasional cases can constitute a port of entry for bacteria that give rise to septicemia. Small superficial skin infections are seldom contraindications to training and competitions. One exception is herpes infection in the skin, particularly in wrestlers. During wrestling viruses can easily be transmitted to other wrestlers via skin lesions.

Associated Medical Findings

Proptosis or periorbital fullness suggests an orbital process such as Graves' disease, orbital meningioma, or orbital pseudotumor. The patient's general appearance may suggest an underlying chromosomal, endocrinological, or metabolic disorder. For instance, the disfiguring frontal bossing and enlargement of the mandible and hands are characteristic of acromegaly associated with a growth hormone-secreting pituitary adenoma. The heart rate, blood pressure, and carotid and cardiac examinations are important in any patient with a possible ischemic event. Patients with pseudotumor cerebri tend to be young females with obesity or a history of recent weight gain. Skin lesions such as erythema migrans (Lyme disease) or malar rash (systemic lupus erythematosus), and abnormal discolorations, such as cafe(c)-au-lait spots and axillary freckling (neurofibromatosis), or hypopigmented ash-leaf spots (tuberous sclerosis) also may be helpful in guiding the evaluation of patients with visual...

Additional Neurological Findings

The general physical examination may reveal reversible memory disturbances, the most common causes of which are intracranial masses, normal pressure hydrocephalus, thyroid dysfunction, and vitamin B12 deficiency. Examination of the patient's general appearance, vital signs, skin and mucous membranes, head, neck, chest, and abdomen should reveal clinical signs that will aid in the differential diagnoses of dementia and amnesic syndromes. Fever, tachycardia, hypertension or hypotension, sweating, hypothermia, and impaired level of consciousness should suggest a systemic disease, anticholinergic intoxication, or withdrawal from ethanol or sedative drugs rather than an isolated memory disorder. Jaundice suggests hepatic disease glossitis, intestinal problems, and yellowish skin suggest a vitamin B12 deficiency hot, dry skin is often characteristic of anticholinergic drug intoxication. Hypothermia, hypotension, bradycardia, coarse dry skin, brittle hair, and subcutaneous edema are...

Lyme Disease

Is mostly localized to states in the northeastern, mid-Atlantic, and upper north-central regions, as well as northwestern California. Lyme disease most often manifests with a characteristic bull's-eye rash (erythema migrans) accompanied by nonspecific symptoms such as fever, malaise, fatigue, headache, muscle aches, and joint aches (Figure 16-9). Lyme disease spirochetes disseminate from the site of the tick bite, causing multiple (secondary) erythema migrans lesions. Other manifestations of dissemination include lymphocytic meningitis, cranial neuropathy (especially facial nerve palsy), radiculoneuritis, migratory joint and muscle pains, myocarditis, and transient atrioventricular blocks of varying degree. If left untreated, the disease can progress to intermittent swelling and pain of one or a few joints (usually large weight-bearing joints such as the knee), cognitive disorders, sleep disturbance, fatigue, and personality changes. The diagnosis is based primarily on clinical...

Inspect the Tongue

Fissured Leukoplakia

A geographic tongue is a benign condition in which the dorsum of the tongue has smooth, localized red areas, denuded of filiform papillae, surrounded by well-defined, raised yellowish-white margins and normal filiform papillae. These areas together give the tongue a maplike appearance. The appearance of the tongue gradually changes as the depapillated areas heal and new areas of depapillation occur. A black hairy tongue is another benign condition in which the filiform papillae on the dorsum of the tongue are greatly elongated these enlarged, ''hairy'' papillae become pigmented with a brownish black color caused by staining from food or tobacco or proliferating chromogenic microorganisms. This condition, more commonly seen in men, may be a sequela to antibiotic therapy. A scrotal, or fissured, tongue is another normal variant approximately 5 of the population has fissures in the tongue. The fissures first develop in late childhood and become deeper with age. The fissure pattern is...

Norwegian Scabies

Pictures Norwegian Scabies

Lyme disease is an infection caused by the spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi that is transmitted by the usually asymptomatic bite of certain ticks of the genus Ixodes. Lyme borreliosis occurs in northeastern, mid-Atlantic, north-central, and far western regions of the United States. Erythema migrans is the clinical, distinctive hallmark of Lyme disease. It is a dynamic lesion whose appearance can change dramatically over a period of days. The rash is recognized in 90 of patients with objective evidence of B. burgdorferi infection. The erythema begins as a red macule or papule at the site of the tick bite that occurred 7 to 10 days earlier. The rash expands as an annular erythematous plaque as the spirochetes spread centrifugally through the skin. Central clearing may or may not be present. Local symptoms of pruritus or tenderness are hardly noticeable. Systemic symptoms are common and include fatigue (54 ), myalgia (44 ), arthralgia (44 ), headache (42 ), fever and chills (39 ), and...

Medical Overview

The diagnosis of Lyme disease is based on clinical symptoms and in some cases is supported by findings from serological and cerebrospinal fluid tests (Dandache and Nadelman 2008). The CDC has defined Lyme disease as the presence of an erythema migrans rash 5 cm or larger in diameter or laboratory confirmation of infection with B. burgdorferi and at least one objective sign of musculoskeletal, neurological, or cardiovascular disease as well as a history of exposure to a geographic location that has a high incidence of deer ticks (Dandache and Nadelman 2008). If cerebrospinal fluid examination reveals more than eight white blood cells per cubic millimeter accompanied by the presence of erythema mi-grans and or positive Lyme serology, a clinical diagnosis of Lyme disease is made (Eppes et al. 1999). There are three stages of Lyme disease. The first stage is considered the incubation period and encompasses the time from tick bite to early symptoms. On average this stage lasts between 3...

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