The association between severity of dental caries and salivary immunoglobulins in asthmatic adult patients
Keywords:Asthma, dental caries, salivary IgA, salivary IgE
The salivary samples were collected adequately from 80 subjects distributed equally (40 asthmatic subjects
and 40 control subjects) of ages range between 20-60 years. This comparative survey was determining the
caries index(DMFT),Streptococcus mutans , Streptococcus sobrinus ,salivary IgA and IgE. So this study
have shown highly significant difference P ? (0.01) found in effect of age on salivary IgA in control adult
subjects and non-significant difference (P > 0.05) displayed in influence of age on salivary IgA. So this
comparative investigation have demonstrated that non-significant difference (P > 0.05) found in influence
of age on salivary IgE to both groups of study. However, the correlation between age and salivary IgE is a
weak negative relationship.
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