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    • NOMA (Bacterial infections of the oral cavity)
    • CONTENTS a.SYNONYMS b.DEFINITION c. EPIDEMIOLOGY d.CAUSATIVE ORGANISMS e.PREDISPOSING FACTORS f. CLINICAL FEATURES g.TREATMENT AND PROGNOSIS h.REFERENCES
    • a. SYNONYMS – Cancrum oris , Gangrenous stomatitis. b. DEFINITION - NOMA means to devour ( a spreading sore ) is a rapidly spreading mutilating, gangrenous stomatitis that occurs usually in debilitated or nutritionally deficient persons
    • EPIDEMIOLOGY
    • AIDS related Noma prevalence is 4.3-16.0%
    • CAUSATIVE ORGANISMS
    • Other causative organisms 2 3 4
    • PREDISPOSING FACTORS- 1-NOMA is mainly secondary complication rather than primary disease . Example : Diptheria, dysentery, Measles, pneumonia, Scarlet fever , Syphilis, Tuberculosis, Blood dyscrasis, Anaemia etc. 2-Unsafe drinking water. 3-proximity to unkempt livestock.
    • CLINICAL FEATURES
    • Commencement of gangrene. Odor that from the gangrenous tissue is extremely foul.
    • Palate and tongue may become involved but is not common. Patient is with 1-increase temperature 2-suffer secondary infection. 3-may die from toxemia or pneumonia. NOMA PUDENDI-this condition also cause tissue damage to genitals.
    • NOMA Neonatorum
    • TREATMENT AND PROGNOSIS
    • 22 May 2008 - The FDI joined the International No NOMA Federation and the World Health Organization in organising the first ever World NOMA Day, which took place 22 May 2008 in Geneva , Switzerland, to raise awareness of this neglected and little-known devasting disease.
    • CONCLUSION This is the strategy WHO has put in place making the disease almost an history especially in previously endemic area.
    • THANK YOU
    • REFERENCES 1. SHAFER’S TEXTBOOK OF ORAL PATHOLOGY DrSHAFER,Dr Maynard HINE AND Dr Barnet Levy. 2. NEVILLE,ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL PATHOLOGY. 3. WWW.NONOMA.ORG 4. MANIPAL MANUAL OF SURGERY BY RAJGOPAL SHENOY K.