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67 Possible Causes for Grooved Enamel, Normal Skin

  • Hereditary Disturbances in Tooth Structure

    We recruited two kindreds with autosomal-dominant amelogenesis imperfecta (ADAI) characterized by generalized severe enamel hypoplasia with deep linear grooves and pits.[] enamel with SE primer created a slightly rough and grooved surface.[] Hypoplastic AI shows reduced enamel volume with pits or grooves, but enamel is usually hard and translucent.[]

  • Amelogenesis Imperfecta Type 1A
  • Dermatitis Herpetiformis

    CONCLUSIONS: The expression of skin-tropic molecules by skin MAIT cells is consistent with their resident status in normal human skin.[] Oral Manifestations Tooth enamel defects found in CD such as horizontal grooves, pits, or discoloration may occur in patients with DH.[] Similar patterns of enamel defects in color, roughness, horizontal grooves and punctiform depressions are described in DH and also in CD. 3 Atypical presentations such as[]

  • Premature Tooth Eruption

    She had normal palms and sole skin texture.[] This is called a palatal groove. Enamel hypoplasia – The hard, white coating surrounding the teeth is called enamel; a lack of this protective layer is hypoplasia.[] Three of the most prevalent dental issues that can occur for a premature child are: delayed tooth eruption, palatal groove and enamel hypoplasia.[]

  • Dental Caries

    Jaw Stiffness A long-term complication of radiation therapy is the growth of benign tumors in the skin and muscles.[] […] defects include pitting, grooving and sometimes complete loss of enamel.[] Teeth contain multiple layers of enamel, and these layers meet to create small grooves where the plaque is harder to remove with brushing or flossing, making it easier for[]

  • Celiac Disease

    Arsenic concentration in her 24-hour urine was 682.77 micro g/g creatinine (normal 15).[] […] defects include pitting, grooving and sometimes complete loss of enamel.[] Once the intestine heals, the villi, which were damaged by the disease, regrow and will absorb nutrients from food into the bloodstream normally.[]

  • Radiation-Induced Enteritis

    […] the pH of the skin (normally 5.5).[] […] formation (discolorations and grooves in the teeth) inflammation of oral mucosa/mucous membrane epithelium, loss of taste sensation and sense of smell (due to damage to gustatory[] Key principles: 24, 25 Keep skin dry Keep skin free of faeces Prevent the development of perianal dermatitis by: Use ‘simple’ soap or ‘Dove Sensitive’ soap that will not affect[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Prognathism

    Mental function is usually normal though. Occasional patients have cleft palate and/or lip. Hearing loss is of the sensorineural type.[] Striking features: Discolored teeth; hypomaturation, hypoplasia or hypocalcification of enamel ; anterior open bite. 41.[] Hypopigmented skin patches are sometimes present but not all patients have them. Genetics The uniqueness of Waardenburg syndrome types 1 and 3 remains to be established.[]

  • Neonatal Severe Primary Hyperparathyroidism

    Initial case series [ 53, 54 ] report good ability to identify the parathyroid glands, but potential side effects include skin sensitivity to normal light (patients remain[] Dental abnormalities and enamel dysplasia. Brittle nails with transverse grooves. Dry, rough skin. Hyperreflexia.[]

  • Amelogenesis Imperfecta Type 1C

    The patient’s hair, skin and nails were normal. Extra oral examination had no abnormalities.[] List 5 adjectives for the enamel in hypo plastic amelogenesis imperfecta Pitted/grooved/thin hard and translucent Are hypo plastic AI teeth susceptible to staining and caries[] These hypoplastic pitted/grooved areas are juxtaposed between areas of enamel that are full thickness.[]

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