A multi-country study on the impact of sex and age on oral features of COVID-19 infection in adolescents and young adults

Heba Jafar Sabbagh, Wafaa Abdelaziz, Maryam Quritum, Rana Abdullah Alamoudi, Nada Abu Bakr AlKhateeb, Joud Abourdan, Nafeesa Qureshi, Shabnum Qureshi, Ahmed H. N. Hamoud, Nada Mahmoud, Ruba Odeh, Nuraldeen Maher Al-Khanati, Rawiah Jaber, Abdulrahman Loaie Balkhoyor, Mohammed Shabi, Morenike Oluwatoyin Folayan, Omolola Alade, Noha Gomaa, Raqiya Alnahdi, Nawal A. Mahmoud, Hanane El Wazziki, Manal Alnaas, Bahia Samodien, Rawa A. Mahmoud, Nour Abu Assab … & Maha El Tantawi
Abstract Background Oral diseases are features of COVID-19 infection. There is, however, little known about oral diseases associated with COVID-19 in adolescents and young adults (AYA). Therefore, the aim of this study was to assess oral lesions’ association with COVID-19 infection in AYA; and to identify if sex and age will modify these associations. Methodology Data was collected for this cross-sectional study between August 2020 and January 2021 from 11-to-23 years old participants in 43-countries...
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