эмоционального состояния пациентов, перенесших COVID-19 в сочетание с неврологической
патологией (основная группа).
составленное совместно с невропатологом у пациентов с глоссалгией, перенесших COVID-19
при определении вкусовой чувствительности языка к сладкому, соленому, кислому и
горькому отмечается достоверное снижение показателей модальности соответственно на
50,00%, 72,00%, 51,80% и 41,30% (Р<0,001).
лоссалгия, определение вкусовой чувствительности языка.
TASTE SENSITIVITY OF LANGUAGE IN GLOSSALGED PATIENTS WHO
HAVE BEEN HAVING COVID-19 AT THE STAGE OF REHABILITATION
Kamilov Kh.P., Ibragimova M.Kh., Kamilova A.Z.
Tashkent State Dental Institute
The presented article is devoted to the actual problem of therapeutic dentistry, the determination
of the taste sensitivity of the tongue with glossalgia in patients who have undergone COVID-19 at
the stage of rehabilitation.
Purpose of the study:
To study the taste sensitivity of the tongue using the density
measurement method in patients with glossalgia who have undergone COVID -
and methods :
88 people took part in the study, they were divided into 2 groups: the main group -
51 people with glossalgia who underwent COVID-19 and the comparison group consisted of 37
people who have only glossalgia, who did not have COVID-19. (Table 1). The study period was 3.6
months after treatment. In the main group of patients there were 15 men (29.41± 6.38%), in the
comparison group - 8 men (21.62± 6.77%). The number of women in the main group was 36
(70.59 ± 6.38% ), in the comparison group - 29 (78.38 ± 6.77% ). ( Chi-square = 8.647; p = 0.003;
Chi-square = 11.919; p = 0.001) are reliably significant. The control group consisted of 20 healthy
individuals, including 11 women and 9 men.
Patients in the comparison group with glossalgia who did not have COVID -19 received
traditional treatment with oral baths, antioxidants, and patients with glossalgia who
underwent COVID -19 received complex pathogenetic treatment, compiled together with a
neuropathologist using sedative, antioxidant drugs, and physiotherapy were re-determined indicators
of taste sensitivity of the tongue.
Research results and discussion :
In the studied groups of patients with glossalgia,
especially those who underwent COVID-19 (main group) compared with patients with
glossalgia who did not have COVID-19 (comparison group), there was a change in the HJF
threshold for all types of stimuli - sweet, salty, sour and bitter, which is explained by the
combination of glossalgia - as a neuro-dental disease, as well as the influence of the psycho-
emotional state of patients who have undergone COVID -19 in combination with neurological
pathology (main group).
1.After carrying out a complex pathogenetic treatment, compiled together with a
neuropathologist in patients with glossalgia who have undergone COVID-19, when determining
the taste sensitivity of the tongue to sweet, salty, sour and bitter, there is a significant decrease in
modality indicators, respectively, by 50.00%, 72.00% , 51.80% and 41.30% (P <0.001).
Glossalgia, determination of the taste sensitivity of the tongue.