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2,843 Possible Causes for Dental Caries, Focal Keratoderma of Soles, Hyperbilirubinemia

  • Growth Hormone Deficiency

    Palmoplantar keratoderma (PPK) is a diverse group of disorders, characterized by thickening of the palms and soles, which are subdivided into focal or diffuse; it can be acquired[] Abstract Vitamin D may prevent dental caries.[] Besides micropenis in males, additional consequences of severe deficiency in the first days of life can include hypoglycemia and exaggerated jaundice (both direct and indirect hyperbilirubinemia[]

  • Diabetes Mellitus Type 1

    INTRODUCTION: The aim of the study was to investigate caries experience and dental care index in diabetic children and to determine if correlation exists between caries experience[] Pregnancy Considerations T1DM confers maternal and fetal risk (spontaneous abortion, fetal anomalies, preeclampsia, fetal demise, macrosomia, neonatal hypoglycemia, and neonatal hyperbilirubinemia[] […] biological and behavioural alterations, no significant differences were observed regarding caries experience and dental care between diabetic children and healthy controls[]

    Missing: Focal Keratoderma of Soles
  • Graft-versus-Host-Disease

    caries.[] Due to the hyperbilirubinemia, two sessions of ECP every week as well as one session of plasmapheresis 24 h before each ECP session were performed (Spectra Optia apheresis[] He remained stable until the 17th month when, following a typical viral upper respiratory tract infection, he experienced acute worsening of the oral ulcerations and hyperbilirubinemia[]

    Missing: Focal Keratoderma of Soles
  • Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency

    The patient had no dental caries. Preventive treatments were applied, and subsequently, the patient was taken to long-term follow up.[] […] and readmitted to hospital owing to hyperbilirubinemia over five years.[] A diagnosis of G6PD deficiency should be considered in African American neonates, females as well as males, with unexplained hemolysis or hyperbilirubinemia.[]

    Missing: Focal Keratoderma of Soles
  • Hallermann-Streiff Syndrome

    The predisposition to severe dental caries and dental malformations makes it imperative to schedule effective prevention measures, especially since root canal treatment to[] However, hyperbilirubinemia-induced tooth impairments remain after liver transplantation.[] caries making it imperative to ensure good dental hygiene.[]

    Missing: Focal Keratoderma of Soles
  • SHORT Syndrome

    Delayed dentition, hypodontia, enamel hypoplasia, malocclusion and multiple dental caries are frequently reported. Ophthalmic anomalies (e.g.[] Patients will have abnormal liver function test results and transient hyperbilirubinemia. Enteral feedings may also be initiated, but it should be relatively slow.[] Dental problems consist of delayed secondary tooth eruption, small or absent teeth, malposition, malocclusion, overcrowding of teeth, dental caries on the perilingual maxillary[]

    Missing: Focal Keratoderma of Soles
  • Enamel Hypoplasia

    The defect identified to be most significantly associated with dental caries was a variant showing both enamel hypoplasia and opacity.[] Jaundice (unconjugated hyperbilirubinemia), which is extremely common in neonates, has been shown to cause chronic post-kernicteric encephalopathy (CPKE), a life-long disorder[] DDE in deciduous teeth have been described in prematurity, low birth weight, respiratory distress syndrome, malnutrition, mineral deficiencies, hypocalcemic conditions, hyperbilirubinemia[]

    Missing: Focal Keratoderma of Soles
  • Epidermolysis Bullosa

    ., belt line) Generalized Generalized Generalized Grouped (herpetiform) No No Sometimes Yes Mucosal Rare Occasionally Occasionally Often Hyperkeratosis of palms & soles (keratoderma[] Extracutaneous 4 manifestations include: dystrophy or absence of nails, sparse head hair or alopecia, excessive dental caries, microstomia, mouth ulcers, lingual tip fixation[] Good dental hygiene and regular dental checks are recommended. Many patients with JEB and DEB develop dental caries because of enamel defects.[]

    Missing: Hyperbilirubinemia
  • Radiation Stomatitis

    Xerostomia contributes to radiation-induced periodontal infection, dental caries, osteoradionecrosis, and poor digestion of carbohydrates.[] Toxicity: Compared to 5-FU, lower diarrhea, stomatitis, N/V, neutropenia; more hand-foot syndrome and hyperbilirubinemia.[]

    Missing: Focal Keratoderma of Soles
  • Disorder of Fructose Metabolism

    Older patients who survive infancy develop a natural avoidance of sweets and fruits early in life and as a result frequently are without any dental caries.[] Hyperbilirubinemia — A condition where there is a high level of bilirubin in the blood.[] Most adult patients do not have any dental caries. [5] [6] Fructose metabolism [ edit ] After ingestion, fructose is converted to fructose-1-phosphate in the liver by fructokinase[]

    Missing: Focal Keratoderma of Soles

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