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Cutaneous Dermatitis Related to Dental Sealant Toxicity

Dr. Amin discusses case studies of patients with dematological and neurological reactions to dental sealants. Dental Sealant Toxicity: Neurocutaneous Syndrome (NCS), a dermatological and neurological disorder By Dr. Omar M. Amin, Ph.D. Reprinted with permission Holistic Dental Association Journal The Communicator Volume 2004, number 1 pp.I-15   Author “Dr. Omar M. Amin has B.Sc., M. Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Chemistry, Biological Sciences, Medical Entomology, Parasitology and Infectious Diseases from Cairo Univ., Egypt and Arizona State Univ., USA. He has held research positions in the US Naval Medical Research Unit # 3 (NAMRU-3), Cairo, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Atlanta, Georgia and the University of Wisconsin, USA where he was a Professor of Parasitology and Epidemiology. He is the founder and current Director of the Parasitology Center, Inc., and the Institute of Parasitic Diseases, Tempe, Arizona. He is a nationally and internationally recognized...

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NCS a Toxicity Disorder with Creeping and Crawling Symptoms

NCS a Toxicity Disorder with Creeping and Crawling Symptoms Here are patients that got relief from the creeping, crawling and biting symptoms. How the problems were identified and how they got relief. On the Diagnosis and Management of Neurocutaneous Syndrome (NCS), A toxicity disorder from dental sealants Omar M. Amin, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D.* Abstract: Neurocutaneous syndrome (NCS), a newly discovered toxicity disorder, is characterized by neurological sensations, pain, depleted energy and memory loss as well as itchy cutaneous lesions which may invite various opportunistic infections. Components in the calcium hydroxide dental sealants Dycal, Life and Sealapex have been identified as sources of the observed symptoms. Sulfonamide and neurological toxicity issues are discussed and three case histories are presented. Additional notes on zinc oxide, Fynal, IRM and Sultan U/P sealers are also included....

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Cutaneous dermatitis

By Mayo Clinic staff Morgellons disease is a mysterious skin disorder characterized by disfiguring sores and crawling sensations on and under the skin. Although Morgellons disease isn’t widely recognized as a medical diagnosis, experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are investigating reports of the condition, which they refer to as unexplained dermopathy. If you suspect that you have Morgellons disease, you may have many questions about the condition. Here’s what you need to know about Morgellons disease, including practical tips for managing your signs and symptoms. What are the signs and symptoms of Morgellons disease? People who have Morgellons disease report the following signs and symptoms: Skin rashes or sores that can cause intense itching Crawling sensations on and under the skin, often compared to insects moving,...

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