Acute or chronic inflammation of the gingiva, with foul breath and easy bleeding. Acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis is Vincent's disease, or trench mouth, and is associated with pain with chewing, fever and local adenopathy.
Severe disease may be manifestation of immunodeficiency.
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ICD9 Codes (Soon to be supplanted by ICD10)
Gingivitis 523.1; acute 523.0; necrotizing 101; chronic 523.1; necrotizing, acute 101; pellagrous 265.2; ulcerative 523.1; acute necrotizing 101; Vincent's 101.