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DOI: https://doi.org/10.29296/25879979-2023-01-09

G.S. Brudyan(1), B.E. Borodulin(2)
1-State Autonomous Institution of Public Health of the Moscow Region
«Voskresensk Dental Polyclinic»
140209, Moscow region, Voskresensk, Zapadnaya str. 14,
2- Federal state budgetary educational institution of higher education «Samara State Medical University» of the Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian Federation, 443099, Samara region, Samara, 89 Chapayevskaya str. e-mail: [email protected]

In the practice of dentistry, it is always possible to diagnose various specific diseases with oral manifestations. These include infectious, systemic, immunologic, and oncologic diseases. Among infectious diseases, tuberculosis is the most common. In practice, the dentist may encounter tuberculosis lesions of rare localizations - skull and maxillofacial bones, oral cavity, tongue root and tonsils, as well as a dental cusp. Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria (MBT) can remain latent in the body for a long time and manifest themselves at any age in the presence of debilitating factors with lesions of various organs and systems.

tuberculosis in dentistry
oral tuberculosis
tuberculous glossitis
pharyngeal tuberculosis
tonsillar tuberculosis
dental cusp tuberculosis.

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