DOI: 10.35556/idr-2020-2(91)56-59

The combination of oral pathology evaluation
Leontyeva E.Yu., Bykovskaya T.Yu.
Rostov State Medical University, 344022, Russia, Rostov-na-Donu, per. Nakhichevanskiy, 29

E-mail address:

The combination of pathology is a frequent occurrence both in general somatic and in dental practice. In the present work, an analysis is made of the existing methods for recording, correcting, and predicting such states of patients. A new method of the oral pathology evaluation is proposed in this study. The proposed method allows the doctor to assess objectively all detected pathology, make comprehensive treatment plan and analyze the efficiency of interventions.

comorbidity, combination of oral pathology, index of dental polymorbidity.

For citation: Leontyeva E.Yu., Bykovskaya T.Yu. The combination of oral pathology evaluation. Stomatology for All / Int. Dental Review. 2020, no.2(91): 56-59 (In Russian). doi: 10.35556/idr-2020-2(91)56-59


1. Baksheeva S.L., Gorbach N.A., Alyamovsky V.V., Mikhailova L.A. Dental health of the indigenous and alien population of Evenkia: application of the method of quantitative assessment. Siberian Medical Review. 2013, no.4: 36—39.
2. Gazhva S.I., Eremeev A.F., Zaplutanova D.A. The problem of comorbid diseases in dentistry. Modern problems of science and education. 2015, no.6. URL:
3. Kosyuga S.Yu., Klenina V.Yu., Ashkinazi V.I. Analysis of the structure of concomitant somatic pathology in patients with recurrent aphthous stomatitis. Modern problems of science and education. 2015, no.1-1. URL:
4. Lazebnik L.B., Vertkin A.L., Konev Yu.V., Skotnikov A.S., Lee E.D. Aging: a professional medical approach (National textbook). Moscow: Eksmo, 2014, 320 p.
5. Maslak E.E., Naumova V.N. Position of general practitioners regarding interac-tions with dentists in the treatment of patients with cardiovascular diseases. Sociology of Medicine. 2015, T.14, no.2: 62—64.
6. Naumova V.N., Turkina S.V., Maslak E.E. Interrelation of dental-logical and somatic diseases: literature review. Volgograd Scientific and Medical Journal. 2016, 2: 25—28.
7. Oganov R.G. Simonenkov V.I., Bakulin I.G. et al. Comorbid pathology in clinical practice. Diagnostic and treatment algorithms. Cardiovascular therapy and prevention. 2019, 18(1): 5-66. https: // doi. org / 10.15829 / 1728-8800-2019-1-5-66.
8. Samorodskaya I.V., Nikiforova M.A. Terminology and methods for assessing the effect of comorbidity on the prognosis and outcomes of treatment. Bulletin of the National Center for Contemporary Arts named after A.N. Bakuleft RAMS. 2013, Vol. 14: 18—26.
9. De Groot V., Beckerman H., Lankhorst G.J., Bouter L.M. How to measure comorbidity: a critical review of available methods. Clin. Epidemiol. 2003, 56(3): 221—229.
10. Charlson M.E., Pompei P., Ales H.L. A new method of classifying prognostic comorbidity in longitudinal studies: Development and validation. Chron. Dis. 1987, 40: 373—383.
11. Kaplan M.H., Feinstein A.R. A critique of methods in reported studies of long-term vascular complications in patients with diabetes mellitus. Diabetes. 1973, 22(3): 160—174.
12. Parkerson G.R., Broadhead W.E., Tse C.K. The Duke Severity of Illness Checklist (DUSOI) for measurement of severity and comorbidity. Clin. Epidemiol. 1993, 46: 379—393.