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Oral mucosal and facial manifestations of HIV/AIDS in children (Cape Peninsula, South Africa)
(University of the Western Cape, 2006)
Currently, HIV/AIDS is one of the greatest threats to child survival in South Africa. It is estimated that approximately 6000 newborn babies become infected with the HIV virus monthly i.e. approximately 200 babies per day. ...
A descriptive analysis of oral lichen planus from tertiary diagnostic centres in the Western Cape
(University of Western Cape, 2009)
Lichen planus is a systemic disease that follows a chronic course. The exact aetiology remains unknown but an immune mediated pathogenesis has been implicated. Oral lichen planus is a common form of this disease and can ...