Dystrophic diseases of the salivary glands that occur in the background steroid deficiency (hypogonadism)

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The authors conducted a comparative clinical and laboratory analysis of patients suffering from hypogonadism and sialadenosis before and after endocri-nological and dental treatment. The results obtained allowed us to conclude that sialadenosis, which occurred in patients with a deficiency of steroid hormones, had no special symptoms and it was clinically hidden for both patients and General practitioners. The most typical symptoms of sialadenosis were: an increase in LF, decrease in the level of secretion and the increase in the viscosity of mixed saliva. The results of complex treatment of patients with sialadenosis on the background of Hypo-nadism were the best than only mono-dental treatment. The obtained data indicate the need for complex dental and endocrinological treatment of patients with sialadenosis on the background of hypogonadism.

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V. V. Afanasjev

Department of traumatology of the maxillofacial region of A.I. Evdokimov Moscow state medical University

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doctor of medical Sciences, Professor

Russian Federation, Moscow

S. Yu. Kalinchenko

The Department of endocrinology of the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

Email: prof.afanasjev@yandex.ru
Russian Federation, Moscow

M. M. Damadaev

Department of traumatology of the maxillofacial region of A.I. Evdokimov Moscow state medical University

Email: prof.afanasjev@yandex.ru
Russian Federation, Moscow

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