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Cas clinique : un cas familial de dysplasie ectodermique hypohidrotique de forme modérée révélé par un présumé retard d'éruption

Abstract : Ectodermal dysplasia is a genetic disease which affects all ectoderm derivatives and has many phenotypic expressions. The most common form, hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia, is expressed in patients by a symptomatic triad: hypotrichosis, hypohidrosis, hypodontia. The diagnosis of the disease is sometimes not very obvious and the dentist has an important role: be able to suspect a genetic origin when he is in front of a delay of eruption or agenesis. Beyond the risks of death by hyperthermia in the early childhood and the problems of thermoregulation, sight, hearing, digestion, one of the main repercussions of this disease is the physical and psychological handicap caused by oligodontia /anodontia. Early management by a dental surgeon is important to compensate it and allow a favorable growth. A prosthetic treatment adapted to each case will be necessary. Evolution of prosthetic therapies improves the comfort of these patients. We are dealing here with the case of a young patient in whom this pathology was discovered following a consultation on the grounds of delayed eruption.
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Laura Donnet. Cas clinique : un cas familial de dysplasie ectodermique hypohidrotique de forme modérée révélé par un présumé retard d'éruption. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02180502⟩

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