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an·o·don·ti·a

(an'ō-don'shē-ă),
Congenital absence of the teeth; developmental, not due to extraction or impaction.
Synonym(s): agomphosis, agomphiasis
[G. an- priv. + odous, tooth]
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anodontia

The congenital absence of teeth, which is typically accompanied by pathology in other systems.

Types
▪ Complete anodontia—the absence of permanent dentition, often associated with ectodermal dysplasia.
▪ Partial anodontia, hypodontia—missing at least one tooth.
 
Conditions associated with partial anodontia
• Chondroectodermal dysplasia;
• Hallermann-Strieff syndrome;
• Hyalinosis cutis mucosae;
• Incontinentia pigmenti.
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an·o·don·ti·a

(an'ō-don'shē-ă)
Complete absence of teeth.
Synonym(s): agomphosis, agomphiasis.
[G. an- priv. + odous, tooth + ia n. suffix]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

anodontia

Partial or total congenital absence of the teeth.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005

an·o·don·ti·a

(an'ō-don'shē-ă)
Congenital absence of the teeth; developmental, not due to extraction or impaction.
[G. an- priv. + odous, tooth + ia n. suffix]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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The most striking oral feature of ED may range from hypodontia to anodontia of the primary or permanent teeth (with or without cleft lip and cleft palate) associated with hypoplasia of the alveolar bone structure.
Coexistent partial anodontia and supernumerary tooth in the mandibular arch: A rare case.
Congenital hypotrichosis and partial anodontia in a crossbred beef calf.
Prevalencia de anodontia entre estudiantes do 2 Grau da cidade de Sao Jose dos Campos: correlacao dessa anomalia entre terceiros molares e outros orgao.
In "A Modified Ten-Square" the Ajnodontia reference should be Anodontia, and ETERNESSE on page 9 is lacking a second N.
The term anodontia should be reserved for the total absence of primary and secondary teeth, and modifications of anodontia (i.e., partial anodontia, pseudoanodontia) should not be used at all.
of Species individuals Mean length(1) %(2) Anodontia suborbiculata 1 47 100.0 Elliptio dilatata 37 78 (42-102) 43.0 Lampsilis siliquoidea 2 84 (64-103) 2.9 Lasmigona costata 3 101 (79-115) 25.0 Potamilus alatus 2 71 (49-93) 10.0 Villosa iris 9 53 (36-68) 45.0 1 Length is given in mm (range) 2 Percent of total individuals of each species collected during the study Acknowledgments.
Hypodontia is defined as the absence of one to six permanent teeth (excluding third molars), Oligodontia occurs when more than six permanent teeth are lacking (excluding third molars), Anodontia refer for complete absence of permanent dentition7,9.
Moreover, the incidence of hypodontia and anodontia is reported higher in the mandibular dentition than that in the maxillary dentition [8].