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ORAL CONDITIONS OF CANCER PATIENTS ASSOCIATED WITH DIABETES AND ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION: CASE REPORT

      A 68-year-old female patient, with vitiligo, attended to the hospital for breast cancer treatment. Also presented hypertension and diabetes. During the clinical oral exam ICU were observed dark stains in the dorsum of the tongue, lingual fissures and lip-dryness. Also diagnosed has drug pigmentation with organic material. The treatment consist in oral sanitation with 0.12% digluconate chlorhexidine, followed by tongues crape with small spoon to remove the crust. In the fissures were used manipulated paste containing: VEGELIP, triamcinolone 10%/1g, associated with the use of laser with low intensity. Was used artificial saliva to xerostomia and dexpantenol to the lip-dryness. The treatment was finished in 5 days, 2 sessions with an interval of 12 hours resulting in regression of the case. Between the other 2 diseases, the hypertension influence more in a negative way the CA treatment
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