Dental and Medical Problems

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Dental and Medical Problems

2010, vol. 47, nr 4, October-December, p. 478–481

Publication type: review article

Language: Polish

Campylobacter rectus – charakterystyka drobnoustroju oraz jego rola w zapaleniach dziąseł i przyzębia

Campylobacter rectus – Pathogen Characteristics and Its Role in Gingivitis and Periodontitis

Jan Kowalski1,

1 Zakład Chorób Błony Śluzowej i P rzyzębia, Instytut Stomatologii Warszawskiego Uniwersytetu Medycznego

Streszczenie

Zaproponowana w 2008 r. nowa klasyfikacja chorób przyzębia bardzo upraszcza ich rozpoznanie. Przed jej wprowadzeniem jest konieczne sprawdzenie jej przydatności w warunkach klinicznych. W nowej klasyfikacji szczególną rolę w przejściu między etapami chorobowymi przypisuje się bakterii Campylobacter rectus. Jest to Gram-ujemna bakteria ruchoma należąca do tzw. kompleksu pomarańczowego. W pracy zawarto dane z piśmiennictwa dotyczące charakterystyki drobnoustroju, jego roli w procesie zapalnym toczącym się w tkankach przyzębia, a także możliwości eliminacji tego patogenu.

Abstract

A new classification of periodontal diseases proposed in 2008 simplifies diagnostics. Nevertheless, before its introduction there is a need for examination of its relevance in clinical conditions. In the new classification, much role in transition between disease stages is acknowledged to Campylobacter rectus. This is a motile Gram-negative bacteria, belonging to so called orange Complex. Paper presents data from literature regarding microbe characteristics and role in inflammatory process in periodontal tissues, as well as the possibilities of its elimination.

Słowa kluczowe

Campylobacter rectus, etiologia, zapalenie przyzębia

Key words

Campylobacter rectus, etiology, periodontitis

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