Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Posmetnaya TV. Peculiarities of clinical and X-ray findings at women during postmenopause with chronic generalized periodontitis determined by mineral bone density

Year: 2016, volume 12 Issue: №4 Pages: 586-588
Heading: Stomatology Article type: Original article
Authors: Eremina N.V., Ismailova О.А., Strukov V.I., Kirillova T.V.,
Organization: Penza Institute for Advanced Training of Physicians

The aim: to study clinical and X-ray specifics of chronic generalized periodontitis of women during a postmenopaus-al period determined by mineral bone density. Material and Methods. 80 women having chronic generalized periodontitis during a postmenopausal period were examined using clinical and X-ray research. Material of bone density was taken into consideration. Results. Decrease of hygienic indices of women at postmenopausal period has been found. It depends on the degree of severity of chronic generalized periodontitis. There was a reverse connection of periodon-tal index and mineral density of bone tissues in the 1-st group: — 0.9 (p<0.05), in the 2-nd group: — 0.5 (p<0.05), in the 3-rd group: — 0.79 (p<0.05). Cone-beam computer tomography made possible to find out the initial signs of edge osteoporosis of interdental partitions at the light degree of chronic generalized periodontitis and signs of spot and homogenous osteoporosis of gum bones, osteoporosis of interdental partitions with osteolysis at mild and severe degrees of severity. Conclusion. The clinical researches with cone-beam computer tomography and densitometry have revealed the exact data on the condition of bone tissues. The results have given an opportunity to plan osteotropic therapy and to control the dynamics of the process correctly.

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