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Noun1.oligodontia - congenital condition in which some of the teeth are missing


n. oligodoncia, condición hereditaria que resulta en un numéro menor de dientes que el normal.
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Retreatment cases (Treatment after relapse), patients with cleft lip and palate, patients with severe oligodontia and patients treated with surgical orthodontics were excluded.
The detailed physical examination of animal revealed halitosis, plaques around teeth and oligodontia.
A novel non-stop mutation in MSX1 causing autosomal dominant non-syndromic oligodontia, Mutagenesis.
Seckel syndrome associated with oligodontia, microdontia, enamel hypoplasia, delayed eruption, and dentin dysmineralization: a new variant?
One of few reports on treatment outcomes in young individuals with many missing teeth is a Danish study on [15] consecutive patients with oligodontia [9].
2) Oligodontia is defined as congenital absence of 'many' teeth, without any specification as to the meaning of many.
Oligodontia (partial anodontia) denotes a lack of development of 6 or more teeth.
In the case reported above, defective hair, slow growing nails, and Oligodontia were seen and a diagnosis of ectodermal dysplasia was made.
The majority of MSX1 mutations are autosomal dominant and result in hypodontia and oligodontia, however an autosomal recessive mutation has been identified [Chishti et al.
Facemask therapy with rigid anchorage in a patient with maxillary hypoplasia and severe oligodontia.
The group was able to demonstrate that mutations in the same POLR3A gene localized on chromosome 10 were responsible for three clinically different forms of leukodystrophies: Tremor-Ataxia with Central Hypomyelination (TACH) first described in Quebec cases, Leukodystrophy with Oligodontia (LO), and 4H syndrome or Hypomyelination, Hypodontia and Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism syndrome.
Identification of a novel mutation in the PAX9 gene in a family affected by oligodontia and other dental anomalies.