anodontia


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anodontia

(ˌænəʊˈdɒnʃɪə)
n
(Dentistry) the congenital absence of teeth
[from an- + Greek odōn tooth + -ia]
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Dental management of ED patients is a major challenge because of the fact that they can have complete anodontia, partial anodontia, malformed teeth, minimal or no alveolar ridge, dry and thin mucosa, and requiring dental treatment in early age, leading to noncompliance during treatment and acceptance of prosthesis.
A rare non-syndrome case of concomitant multiple supernumerary teeth and partial anodontia.
Ninety-one (91) individuals were used for morphometric analyses: 31 specimens of Polymesoda bengalensis, 30 specimens of Codakia tigerina and 30 specimens of Anodontia edentula.
However, there have been reports of specimens from Zacatecas and Jalisco which had anodontia (congenital absence of teeth) in both i3 and one case of atresia (excessive wear out; Polaco et al.
Fusion in Primary Dentition with Partial Anodontia of Permanent Dentition: A Case Report.
Hutt (1963) described six forms of genetic hypotrichosis in cattle: lethal hairlessness, semi hairlessness, hypotrichosis with anodontia, hypotrichosis with missing incisors, streaked hairlessness and viable hypotrichosis.
Mutated AXIN2 results in anodontia and accumulation of intracellular [beta]-catenin in cancerous cells in the colon [Lammi et al.
Only a single record for each of the two bivalves, Anodontia edentula and Timoclea lavrani was obtained at St Lucia.
Intraoral examination and analysis of dental casts revealed absence of the mandibular right deciduous central incisor, all maxillary teeth on the left side, and atrophy of the alveolar bone at the sites of anodontia (Figure 1).
The mother had short stature and she also had partial anodontia with minimal skin lesions.