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Keppler-Noreuil Kim M - - 2011
Jeune syndrome, originally described as asphyxiating thoracic dystrophy by Jeune et al. [Jeune et al. (1955); Arch Fr Pediatr 12:886-891], is an autosomal recessive osteochondrodysplasia with characteristic skeletal abnormalities, and variable renal, hepatic, pancreatic, and retinal complications. We present eight patients, including two brothers with Jeune syndrome, and an extensive ...
Suzaki Ai - - 2011
Disseminated gonococcal infection (DGI) is quite a rare condition, especially in the Japanese population; only 10 cases have been reported in case notes and minutes. We describe a man in which Neisseria gonorrhoeae was suspected to have infected the patient through his pharynx. He developed chills, fever, tonsillitis, papules, tenosynovitis ...
Kkhattala Khalid - - 2011
Urethral diverticula are saclike dilations of the urethra and are classified as either congenital or acquired. While urethral diverticula are commonly seen in female patients, they are rarely seen in men. The most common etiologies of male acquired diverticula include urethral trauma, stricture, abscess or post-hypospadias repair. We report a ...
Mohapatra Abinash - - 2010
Odontogenic anomalies can occur as a result of conjoining or twinning defects. This article reports the case of fusion in a 10-year-old boy in relation to the primary maxillary right incisors. Clinicoradiographic examination revealed the presence of triple teeth, ie, fusion between the maxillary right incisors along with a supernumerary ...
Sala-Pérez Sergi - - 2010
The authors present six cases of mandibular condyle malformation. They also conducted a literature review of bifid mandibular condyle (BMC) to analyze the various hypotheses that have been made regarding the etiopathogenesis of this entity. Type of Studies Reviewed. The authors searched the PubMed database for all instances of BMC ...
Oh Se-Lim - - 2010
The biologic width includes both the connective tissue attachment and the junctional epithelium and has a mean dimension of approximately 2 mm. Invading the biologic width with a restoration can result in localized crestal bone loss, gingival recession, localized gingival hyperplasia, or a combination of these three. When restoring teeth ...
Hempton Timothy J - - 2010
BACKGROUND: The authors conducted a literature review regarding the rationale, basic surgical principles, contraindications and wound healing associated with periodontal crown-lengthening surgery. They present a report of a clinical case illustrating crown lengthening with osseous resection. TYPES OF STUDIES REVIEWED: The authors evaluated clinical and radiographic studies, as well as ...
Kottoor J - - 2010
AIM: To present a clinical case report in a mandibular first molar with a middle distal canal, along with a review of the literature. SUMMARY: With the use of magnification, either by microscopes or by loupes, there is an increasing possibility of detecting additional canals. The present case describes root ...
Matsumura Takashi - - 2010
The supernumerary nostril is a very rare congenital nasal abnormality, and several cases have been reported in the literature since 1906 when the first case was reported by Lindsay. In the other previously reported cases, the supernumerary nostril typically could present unilaterally or bilaterally, and it was therefore called a ...
Crépin Sabrina - - 2010
PURPOSE: To report on a case of osteonecrosis of the jaw (ONJ) in a patient treated with clodronate, an alkylbiphosphonate, and to draw attention to the risk of ONJ following treatment with all biphosphonates, whether they are alkyl- or amino-biphosphonates. CASE REPORT: Beginning at age 58 years, a female patient ...
Aggarwal V - - 2010
A case report of severe external inflammatory root resorption is presented. The patient reported with a complaint of increased tooth mobility after avulsion and replantation. The case was treated with full root canal obturation with mineral trioxide aggregate. A 48 month follow up review showed arrest of root resorption with ...
Kumar Raichoor Anil - - 2010
Extraction of teeth is usually performed by either intra-alveolar or trans alveolar methods. Subconjunctival ecchymosis occurring after intra-alveolar extraction of maxillary first and second molar teeth is a rare entity and finds no mention in the latest clinical literature. The etiology of subconjunctival ecchymosis includes traumatic and non-traumatic causes. We ...
Vuchkova Julijana - - 2010
Canine transmigration is a rare dental anomaly unique to the mandibular arch, involving intraosseous migration of the unerupted tooth across the midline. Currently, there is a lack of consensus on the definition of transmigration. This report suggests a unified definition of transmigration, that being when a canine has crossed the ...
L?pez-L?pez Jos? - - 2010
Bifid mandibular condyle is a rare anomaly; there are several theories about its etiology, and it has been studied in both prehistoric and historic skulls, as well as in living human beings. It is a frequent, although unexpected, finding in asymptomatic individuals during radiological treatment. Presented here is a review ...
D'Alessandro G - - 2010
Combined methylmalonic aciduria and homocystinuria (MMA-HC) is a rare metabolic disease characterized by an inborn defect in B12 vitamin metabolism. This case report concerns an 11-year-old patient with MMA-HC, which developed during the neonatal period. The patient shows some of the facial features that were already reported in the literature ...
Narongroeknawin Pongthorn P Division of Clinical Immunology and Rheumatology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, - - 2010
This paper reports the case history of a patient who had bisphosphonate-associated osteonecrosis of the jaw (ONJ) in which adjunctive treatment with teriparatide was used. The patient was treated for 5 years with alendronate for osteoporosis and developed ONJ after extraction of maxillary teeth. An implant was placed at the ...
Goldstein Gary R GR Department of Prosthodontics, New York University College of Dentistry, USA. - - 2010
Information pertaining to how the studies were located and selected was very limited. The authors did state that they reviewed the "dental literature predominately from 1990" that reported on clinical studies with a minimum 2-year follow-up and at least an N of 10 at-risk restorations at the last recall. Although ...
Arsenault Murielle - - 2010
We describe a case of dens invaginatus in an unerupted permanent maxillary lateral incisor, which led to facial cellulitis in a 10-year-old girl. We review the importance of recognizing dens invaginatus and present strategies for preventing loss of vitality in the affected tooth.
Arias-Irimia Oscar - - 2010
OBJECTIVE: To identify and evaluate the frequency of the different odontogenic conditions that may lead to maxillary sinusitis. STUDY DESIGN: An observational and retrospective meta-analysis was carried out on 770 cases of maxillary sinusitis obtained from a literature review of 15 articles. RESULTS: Maxillary sinusitis most commonly manifests itself as ...
Kennedy D B - - 2009
The purpose of this article is to focus on aetiology and appropriate treatment techniques concerning anklyosis of primary molars. The dental literature is reviewed in detail concerning aetiology, frequency of occurrence, diagnosis and longevity of ankylosed primary molars without successors. Treatment concepts are discussed. Long term implications of treatment decisions ...
Montaut Sabine - - 2010
Glucoraphasatin is an atypical glucosinolate mainly found in Raphanus sativus roots and sprouts. This review focuses on the chemistry, the occurrence, and the biological properties of glucoraphasatin.
Silva Alan-Roger S - - 2009
Extra-osseous odontogenic tumors are rarely observed. However, it is widely accepted that the remains of odontogenic epithelium entrapped in the oral soft tissues may be a possible source for peripheral odontogenic tumors differentiation. Peripheral developing odontoma is considered exceptionally rare, since few similar cases are described in the English-related literature ...
Metgud Sandeep - - 2009
Anomalies, though rare, are potential restorative and endodontic challenges. This case report presents a unique case with a bizarre combination of anomalies, including single conical unbifurcated posterior root forms, taurodontism, dens invaginatus, prominent labial lobes of the canines, pyramidal cusps of the premolars, dens evaginatii of the molar crowns, and ...
Serra-Serra Gabriel - - 2009
INTRODUCTION: Odontomas are benign odontogenic tumors composed of enamel, dentine, cement and pulp tissue. They are usually clinically asymptomatic, but often associated with tooth eruption disturbances. In exceptional cases the odontoma erupts into the mouth . The present study reports three cases of odontomas erupted into the oral cavity and ...
Koc Filiz - - 2009
Neurofibromatosis and Charcot-Marie-Tooth are genetic disorders of the nervous system affecting the development and growth of nerve cells and demyelination of peripheral neurons, respectively. We report a 22-year-old man who presented clinical manifestations of both neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) and Charcot-Marie-Tooth type 1A. The simultaneous occurrence of neurofibromatosis and Charcot-Marie-Tooth ...
Haskova Joanna E - - 2009
Taurodontism is the morpho-anatomical change in the shape of a tooth, which involves enlargement of the body of the tooth and shortening of the roots. It has been reported in permanent and deciduous teeth, in premolars and molars and associated with certain syndromes, particularly in those involving an ectodermal defect. ...
Bogen George - - 2009
Mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA) has emerged as a reliable bioactive material with extended applications in endodontics that include the obturation of the root canal space. This article examines the literature supporting MTA as a canal filling material, suggests methods for its delivery and placement, and presents clinical cases that demonstrate ...
Pomeroy E - - 2009
Talon cusps are rarely reported developmental anomalies of the anterior dentition. They occur most commonly on the lingual aspect of the tooth but may also affect the labial aspect, and double (lingual and labial) talon cusps have also been reported. This study presents the first case of a labial talon ...
Vasiliadis Leonidas - - 2009
Translucency of dentine is the result of occlusion of the corresponding dentinal tubules by a mineral substance which has a refractive index similar to that of the rest of the dentine. This case report describes the microradiographic features of an upper cadaveric canine. Transverse microradiograph is one of the methods ...
Tanrikulu Yusuf - - 2009
We describe a 42-year-old age woman who accidentally swallowed her lower denture, which was composed of eleven teeth. The daily descent of the denture was followed by plain abdominal radiography and physical examination. The image was localized at the left upper quadrant on admission day, but it stopped on its ...
Ertugrul Fahinur - - 2008
Subgingival crown fractures with pulp exposure in permanent teeth present both endodontic and restorative problems with unfavorable prognosis. Numerous restorative techniques such as resin composite restorations with and without pins, crowns and reattachment of the fractured dental fragment could be listed as the treatment options. There are several successful cases ...
Negri Márcia Regina - - 2008
This paper reports a case of tooth replantation in which the splinting was performed with stainless steel orthodontic wire and a widely marketed brand of quick-setting cyanoacrylate ester adhesive (Super Bonder). The long-term clinical and radiographic success of the case reported in this paper indicates that the splinting technique using ...
Sönmez Hayriye - - 2008
This report presents a case of intrusive luxation of the immature left maxillary central incisor in an 8-year-old girl. Initially, it was decided to allow the intruded tooth to spontaneous re-erupt because it had open apices. After 12 weeks of monitoring for spontaneous re-eruption, there was no clinical evidence of ...
Vaidyanathan Mina - - 2008
Dens invaginatus is an uncommon dental anomaly in which there is a deepening of the cingulum with infolding of the enamel and dentine. The severity varies, from mild extension into the pulp cavity, to extreme forms in which the invagination extends through the root, resulting in a second opening at ...
Canoglu Ebru - - 2008
Intrusive luxation of primary teeth carries a high risk of damage to underlying permanent tooth germs. Ectopic eruption of permanent incisors is an unusual outcome of traumatic injury to their predecessors. In this case report, we describe the multidisciplinary management of the consequences of a primary tooth intrusion that led ...
Ozel Emre - - 2008
Thirty-five (case 1), 15 (case 2) and 22 (case 3)-year-old female patients presented to Yeditepe University Dental Faculty Clinic because of esthetic reasons. Fractures of maxillar central incisors including enamel and dentin were diagnosed. Beveling with diamond bur was performed in all four cases. Dentin was cleaned with tungsten carbid ...
Anthonappa Robert P - - 2008
Hypodontia in combination with hyperdontia (hypohyperdontia) is a condition of mixed numeric variation in the human dentition. A comprehensive review on the hypohyperdontia literatures reported prevalence ranges from 0.002% to 3.1%. Our seven cases of hypohyperdontia involved both the maxillary and the mandibular arches. A traditional narrative review is included ...
Topalo─člu Ak Asli - - 2008
Talon cusp is a tooth anomaly originating from the tooth's lingual surface in most cases. To date, very rare cases have been reported documenting talon cusps both on the facial and palatal surface of an affected tooth in the dental literature. The purpose of this case report was to describe ...
Raja T A - - 2008
Rutherfurd syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that is primarily characterised by the classical triad of gingival fibromatosis, delayed tooth eruption and corneal dystrophy. Associated features of the condition include abnormally shaped teeth, mental retardation and aggressive behaviour. His Consultant Clinical Geneticist referred a 2-year-old boy to the Dept. of ...
Kleier Donald J - - 2008
To better understand the etiology associated with sodium hypochlorite accidents, we surveyed diplomates of the American Board of Endodontics. Of the 314 diplomates who responded, 132 reported experiencing a sodium hypochlorite accident. Questions were asked about the age and sex of the patient as well as the tooth being treated, ...
Slim Hanna - - 2008
Ezetimibe is a synthetic 2-azetidinone that inhibits the absorption of sterols, including cholesterol, in the intestine. It is used as monotherapy or in combination with statins to reduce low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C). Although extremely well-tolerated, there are reports of myopathy associated with ezetimibe. We performed a PubMed search through April ...
Stone Laurence H - - 2008
Supernumerary teeth is a term that describes the presence of additional teeth beyond the normal complement. Supernumerary teeth have been reported in both the primary and permanent dentition, although they are more prevalent in the permanent dentition. Bilateral symmetrical impacted fourth molars are exceedingly uncommon, especially in combination with other ...
Arigbede A O - - 2008
BACKGROUND: It has been described as interesting to encounter supplemental teeth, as the condition rarely occurs. The purpose of this report is to add to the scanty literature on the subject of supplemental teeth and to emphasize the significance of full-mouth radiograph for every patient at the initial dental consultation. ...
Sonoda Celso Koogi - - 2008
Clinical practice has shown that most avulsed teeth are replanted after an extra-alveolar time that compromises the prognosis of replantation. In cases of delayed replantation, the use of adequate media for storage and transportation of the avulsed teeth may improve this prognosis considerably. Difficulties inherent to accidental dental avulsion include ...
Siraci Esin - - 2008
Talon cusp and dens invaginatus are tooth shape anomalies that rarely affect mandibular teeth. Their co-occurrence in a single tooth is uncommon. The purpose of this report was to present a rare case of both talon cusp and dens invaginatus in a permanent mandibular central incisor. The diagnosis of dens ...
Stillwell K David - - 2008
This article presents a rationale for utilizing complete immediate denture therapy, highlighting various advantages, disadvantages, and contraindications for this treatment. Jerbi's technique for presurgical cast carving is reviewed and a unique case report is detailed, involving a 22-year-old patient whose hopelessly debilitated dentition was treated by full-mouth extraction and placement ...
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The Editorial Board of the Journal of Endodontics has developed a literature-based study guide of topical areas related to endodontics. This study guide is intended to give the reader a focused review of the essential endodontic literature and does not cite all possible articles related to each topic. Although citing ...
Sharma Sanjay - - 2008
We present 2 cases of intra-arterial injection of endodontic calcium hydroxide via the root canal system of molar teeth. Nonsetting calcium hydroxide paste was used as a temporary dressing during endodontic treatment and in both cases delivered via an injectable syringe technique. Retrograde flow of the calcium hydroxide occurred along ...
Aktan Ali Murat - - 2008
The canine impaction is not uncommon in dental literature, but the transmigration of mandibular canine is a rare phenomenon, and some of them are far more extreme than others. In this study, we aimed to present the more extreme cases of the four transmigrated mandibular canine cases with special emphasis ...
Ferreira Osny O - - 2008
Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) is a hereditary disorder of the connective tissue related to collagen metabolism. Deficiency or alteration of the collagen present in the tissues results in some classic signs such as skin hyperelasticity, articular hypermobility, and vascular fragility, among others. In addition, EDS oral manifestations are rarely cited in ...
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