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Intranasal teeth in a 3-year-old child with Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome

구강생물학연구 2019년 43권 4호 p.361 ~ 364
심수현 ( Shim Su-Hyun ) - Kyungbok University Department of Dental Hygiene

Abstract


Smith?Lemli?Opitz syndrome (SLOS) is a rare autosomal recessive genetic disorder accompanied with congenital anomalies and mental impairment. Clefts of the hard and/or soft palate, small tongue, broad alveolar ridges, and micrognathia have been reported frequently. However, intranasal teeth associated with SLOS have never been described. Here, a case of intranasal teeth in a 3-year-old boy, who was treated operatively for a cleft lip and alveolus at 7 months of age, is reported. Two intranasal teeth were asymptomatic. The teeth were extracted under local anesthesia when they were found to be very loosely attached to the nasal mucosa. Unusual features of this case are highlighted.

키워드

Cleft palate; Smith?Lemli?Opitz syndrome
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