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169 Possible Causes for Premature Loss of Teeth, X-Ray Abnormal

  • Hypophosphatasia

    The skeleton is hypomineralized, which is readily identified on X-ray. This form of HPP is almost universally fatal shortly after birth.[] A tell-tale sign of HPP for dental providers is the premature loss of teeth with roots intact in the absence of trauma.[] Dental X-rays show reduced alveolar bone, enlarged pulp chambers and root canals.[]

  • Osteoporosis

    If the VFA results reveal suspected abnormalities, plain x-rays should be done to confirm the diagnosis.[] Alveolar bone loss resulting in premature loss of deciduous teeth. This most typically involves the anterior mandible, with the central incisors lost first.[] Bone densitometry is a safe, painless x-ray technique that compares your bone density to the peak bone density that someone of your same sex and ethnicity should have reached[]

  • Kyphoscoliosis

    loss of teeth Megalocornea Eyelid coloboma Depressed nasal bridge Large earlobe Highly elevated creatine phosphokinase Concave nasal ridge Absent muscle fiber merosin High[] Chest X-ray showed severe kyphoscoliosis with a Cobb's angle of 120 0 [Figure 1] and patchy infiltrates.[] […] microscopic observation of a skin sample Blood tests for checking lysyl hydroxylase or oxidase activity Urine test to check for lysyl hydroxylase deficiency Imaging tests such as X-ray[]

  • Pyogenic Liver Abscess

    loss of both deciduous and permanent teeth.[] […] mutations affecting both the alleles of the cathepsin-C gene, located on chromosome 11q14.1-q14.3. [3] The disorder is characterized by diffuse palmo-plantar hyperkeratosis and premature[]

  • Poland Syndrome

    X-Rays can help identify and characterize any specific abnormality in the hand, forearm, ribs and/or shoulder blades.[] Likewise, premature loss of primary teeth may create orthodontic problems later on.[] […] of the affected regions (chest, shoulder, hand): X-rays can help reveal the abnormalities present in the hands, forearms, ribs, and shoulders CT and MRI scans of the affected[]

  • Autosomal Recessive Osteopetrosis Type 7

    Clinical features include onset of conductive hearing loss in childhood, premature loss of teeth, and variably increased serum alkaline phosphatase (summary by Palenzuela[] […] lost of decidious teeth - Purpura / petichiae - Repeat respiratory infections - Splenomegaly - Tremor - Visual loss / blindness / amblyopia Frequent - Muscle hypotrophy [] loss of teeth Not very common - Between 30% and 50% cases Autosomal dominant inheritance Pneumonia Global developmental delay Autosomal recessive inheritance Osteopetrosis[]

  • Lead Poisoning

    , known as burton line High blood pressure Declines in mental functioning Memory loss Mood disorders Reduced sperm count, abnormal sperm Miscarriage or premature birth in[] Three small pellets, two millimeters in diameter, were found in the abdominal cavity of A, andtwenty small pellets were found in B by X-ray examination.[] […] extremities Fatigue Problems with sleep Headache Stupor Slurred speech Anemia "Lead hue" of the skin with pallor A blue line along the gum, with bluish black edging to the teeth[]

  • Papillon Lefevre Disease

    X-ray of hands and feet showed partial resorption of terminal phalanges and periarticular osteopenia with soft tissue swelling whereas, X-ray skull revealed no calcification[] Dental X-rays revealed the features of missing teeth and loss of alveolar bone support.[] Figures 2 and 3: Intra oral view showing premature loss of teeth.[]

  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Type 4

    Dental findings Dental abnormalities observed in patients with vEDS were related to defects in dentin formation rather than to common dental pathology ( table 1 ). x-Ray analysis[] […] delivery because of cervical insufficiency or membrane fragility 0005267 Premature loss of teeth Early tooth loss Loss of teeth Premature teeth loss Premature tooth loss[] Early-onset generalized periodontitis is one of the most significant oral manifestations of the syndrome. 1,17 This can lead to the premature loss of deciduous and permanent[]

  • Bruxism

    The following tests will be required to diagnose bruxism: Dental examination to check for other abnormalities X-rays to determine underlying damage to the bones and teeth[] […] may be sensitive to hot, cold or sweet foods pain and stiffness of the jaw joint inflammation and recession of the gums premature loss of teeth (4, 5, 6) Diagnosis of bruxism[] […] your teeth, the underlying bone and the inside of your cheeks, usually with the help of X-rays A dental exam may detect other disorders that can cause similar jaw or ear[]

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