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202 Possible Causes for Poor Dentition

  • Eating Disorder

    To systematically review evidence concerning disordered eating practices in dietary-controlled gastrointestinal conditions. Three key questions were examined: a) are disordered eating practices a feature of GI disorders?; b) what abnormal eating practices are present in those with GI disorders?; and c) what[…][]

  • Stuve-Wiedemann Syndrome

    dentition, blotchy pigmentation of the skin, unusual infections, multiple fractures, and progressive scoliosis.[] […] has a number of unique clinical signs, including lack of corneal and patellar reflexes, a smooth tongue with no fungiform papillae, chronic gingival abscesses, mottled, poor[]

  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

    dentition.[] TMJs are anatomically located inside the oral cavity their dysfunction and pathology is rarely, if ever, caused purely by strictly dental problems, such as malocclusion or poor[]

  • Periodontitis

    Poor dentition, a late-life marker of earlier oral health conditions such as periodontitis, is associated with both prevalent cognitive impairment 25 27 28 and incident dementia[] Although results presented here are preliminary and inconclusive, a growing body of evidence supports exploration of a possible association between poor oral health and incident[]

  • Osteoporosis

    dentition since childhood and premature tooth loss.[] -year-old female A 46-year-old female underwent multiple surgeries over 13 years for fractures and deformities of 6 long bones requiring intramedullary nailings; she had poor[]

  • Foreign Body Aspiration

    Can lead to chronic, recurrent infection if retrieval is delayed Epidemilogy usually presents after 6 months of age Risk factors include institutionalization advanced age poor[] […] decreased breath sounds if low in the airway 80% in mainstem or lobar bronchus, 20% in upper airway, righ t left Risk factors include Institutionalization, advanced age, poor[] Old age (12 of 14 were 64 y old), poor dentition, and sedation were notable risk factors.[]

  • Streptococcus Viridans

    He had a temperature of 101.5 F, poor dentition, a quiet indwelling catheter site on the chest, and no cardiac murmur.[]

  • Oropharyngeal Cancer

    In the multivariate analysis, oropharyngeal cancer was independently associated with HPV-16 L1 seropositivity (odds ratio, 32.2; 95% CI, 14.6 to 71.3), poor dentition (odds[] Poor dentition, 30,31 infrequent toothbrushing, 31,32 and infrequent dental visits 30,33 have been associated with an increased risk of squamous-cell carcinomas of the head[]

  • Pseudobulbar Palsy

    Genetic analysis may be appropriate for cases presenting in childhood. [ 4 ] Complications Poor dentition. Poor nutrition. Psychological dysfunction.[]

  • Aspiration Pneumonia

    Other risk factors include poor dentition and poor oral care, which both increase the bacterial burden of oropharyngeal secretions.[]

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