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61 Possible Causes for Premature Loss of Teeth, Renal Injury

  • Hypophosphatasia

    A tell-tale sign of HPP for dental providers is the premature loss of teeth with roots intact in the absence of trauma.[] This usually involves premature loss of teeth.[] loss of teeth), and [3] adult (bone pains, "pathologic" fractures and a FULL TEXT[]

  • Osteoporosis

    Alveolar bone loss resulting in premature loss of deciduous teeth. This most typically involves the anterior mandible, with the central incisors lost first.[] -- Chapter 305: Chronic Kidney Disease -- Chapter 306: Dialysis in the Treatment of Renal Failure -- Part 10: Disorders of the Gastrointestinal System -- Section 3: Liver[] Furthermore, end-stage renal disease (ESRD), hypercalciuria, congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive lung disease, Parkinson's disease, muscular dystrophies, or injury[]

  • Acrodynia

    It is characterized by pink cold clammy hands and feet, rapid pulse, raised blood pressure, stomatitis, periodontitis, and premature loss of teeth.[] MODS, multi-organ dysfunction syndrome; LoQTS, long QT syndrome; ALI, acute lung injury; ATN, acute tubular necrosis; ARF, acute renal failure; DMPS, 2,3-dimercapto-1-propane-sulfonic[] Many systemic diseases are associated with advanced alveolar bone loss that may lead to premature loss of teeth, such as hypophosphatesia, Papillon-Lefevre syndrome, histiocytosis[]

  • Adult Idiopathic Neutropenia

    It affects children most often, and may result in premature loss of teeth and gum infections.[] […] for indicators of patient deterioration in sepsis • Recognising and managing hypovolaemic shock • Assessment and management of cardiovascular, neurological and traumatic injury[] […] management, including nursing care following administration of a thrombolytic drug • Possible interventions for problems related to diabetes, chronic respiratory disease and renal[]

  • Lytic Bone Lesion

    loss of teeth Early tooth loss Loss of teeth Premature teeth loss Premature tooth loss [ more ] 0006480 Renal cyst Kidney cyst 0000107 Short nail Short nails 0001799 Tall[] (Acute Renal Failure) Acute Labyrinthine Vertigo Acute Lung Injury Acute Malaria Acute multifocal placoid pigment epitheliopathy Acute placoid pigment epitheliopathy Acute[] loss of teeth, or short stature, is sufficient to make a diagnosis.[]

  • Kyphoscoliosis

    loss of teeth Megalocornea Eyelid coloboma Depressed nasal bridge Large earlobe Highly elevated creatine phosphokinase Concave nasal ridge Absent muscle fiber merosin High[] We emphasize the importance of recognizing potential symptoms early to prevent additional renal injury.[] Micropenis Brachycephaly Thickened calvaria Anteriorly placed anus Posteriorly rotated ears Hypospadias Syndactyly Wide nasal bridge Umbilical hernia Submucous cleft hard palate Premature[]

  • Cutis Laxa

    Both osseous and articular structures are affected and patients may present with deformities, instable joints, premature loss of teeth and delayed closure of cranial sutures[] In γ-HCDD, extrarenal manifestations such as cutis laxa may precede renal injury and are precious tools for an early diagnosis, which is crucial to avoid progression of irreversible[] However, truncated heavy chain with CH1 deletion have also been reported. [7] It can manifest as renal failure, nephrotic range proteinuria, hematuria, hypertension, or M[]

  • Metabolic Disease

    Premature loss of teeth when the child is under the age of five is the most usual manifestation.[] The underlying pathogenesis of metabolic disease-related renal injury remains obscure.[] This review focuses on the role of NADPH oxidase-induced oxidative stress in the pathogenesis of metabolic disease-related renal injury.[]

  • Platyspondyly

    loss of teeth Short middle phalanx of finger Convex nasal ridge Hypoplasia of the maxilla Thin vermilion border Short philtrum Cervical spine instability Thoracic kyphoscoliosis[] Glomerulosclerosis associated with chronic tubular injury usually results in slowly progressive chronic renal failure and end-stage renal disease after age ten to 20 years[] loss of teeth Distichiasis Recurrent fractures Dermal atrophy Short ribs Oligodontia Increased susceptibility to fractures Ovoid vertebral bodies Cerebral calcification Abnormality[]

  • Acrorenal Mandibular Syndrome

    Other symptoms may include short stature, joint laxity, premature loss of teeth, hearing loss, and a hoarse voice.[] Failure 1579 Clinical Evaluation of Acute Kidney Injury in Children 1603 Management of Acute Kidney Failure 1619 Pathophysiology of Progressive Renal Disease 1631 Management[] Additional symptoms have been reported including dental abnormalities such as premature loss of teeth and overcrowding, stiff and/or rigid joints, and growth retardation ultimately[]

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