partial anodontia


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hy·po·don·ti·a

(hī'pō-don'shē-ă),
A congenital or acquired condition of having fewer than the normal complement of teeth.
[hypo- + G. odous, tooth]

partial anodontia

An obsolete term for either:
• Oligodontia, see there; or
• Hypodontia.

par·tial a·no·don·ti·a

(pahrshăl anō-donshē-ă)
Congenital absence of one or more teeth. Third molars, maxillary lateral incisors, and second premolars most frequently fail to develop.
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(3,7,8) Oligodontia is also known as partial anodontia, severe/advanced hypodontia or selective tooth agenesis.
Also known as true partial anodontia. Granath (7) Graham and found that 75% of cases are accompanied dentition two hypodontia in the permanent dentition.
The syndrome is character- ized by short stature, characteristic facial features with a protruding tongue, a wide range of learning difficul- ties, congenital heart disease, gastrointestinal disorders and other features.1 Dental characteristics include ab- normally rounded labial forms of tooth crown, partial anodontia, delayed eruption and malocclusion such as crowding, posterior cross bite and anterior openbite.1
A provisional diagnosis of partial anodontia was given with differential diagnosis of ectodermal dysplasia; Rieger syndrome and Witkop syndrome were considered.
A rare non syndrome case of concomitant multiple supernumerary teeth and partial anodontia. J Clin Pedatr Dent 2001; 25: 167

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