X-ray microanalysis of mixed saliva with fluorosis
Musiev A.A., Volkov A.G., Dikopova N.Zh., Makarenko N.V., Budina T.V., Ruchkin D.N.
I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University
Russia, 119048, Moscow, Trubetskaya St., 8, bld. 2
The aim of this research was to study patients with the chemical composition of mixed saliva in fluorosis using X-ray microanalysis both living in the endemic center of fluorosis and leaving it. The research involved 64 patients with dental fluorosis, all male, age — 20—35 years. To accomplish the purpose of the study, two groups were formed from them: the first group included 33 people with dental fluorosis of dashed and spotted forms, living in an endemic center of fluorosis (Krasnogorsk district, Moscow region). The second group included 31 people with dental fluorosis who left the endemic focus and live in areas with normal fluoride content in water.
Results. According to the content in the mixed saliva of a number of chemical elements, no significant difference (p>0.05) was found between the studied groups. These elements include: carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, silicon, sulfur, and calcium. However, the content of other chemical elements in the oral fluid was observed statistically significant differences (p<0.05) between patients with fluorosis living in the focus of endemic lesion and patients who migrated beyond it. Thus, in the first group, in the studied saliva, the fluorine content was 42% higher than in the second. Also in this group, compared with the second, the phosphorus content was higher 18%, chlorine and potassium 27%. The content of sodium in the first group was 27% lower than in the second.
Keywords: X-ray microanalysis of mixed saliva, fluorosis, endemic region of fluorosis.
For citation: Musiev A.A., Volkov A.G., Dikopova N.Zh., Makarenko N.V., Budina T.V., Ruchkin D.N. X-ray microanalysis of mixed saliva with fluorosis. Stomatology for All / Int. Dental Review. 2019; No.3(88): 38-41 (In Russian). doi: 10.35556/idr-2019-3(88) 38-41
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