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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Presença De Dente Neo-natal Em Portador Da Síndrome De Ellis Van-creveld: Relato De Caso|
Serra e Silva F.M.
|Abstract:||The aim of this article is go over the literature and describe a case of Ellis Van Creveld syndrome, in which the patient presented a neo-natal tooth Just-born and premature patient, female, came to the hospital of Limeira, São Paulo, and was attended by the Surgery and Maxillofacial Traumatology group from the Dentistry College of Piracicaba (FOPUNICAMP). Her main complaint was the neo-natal tooth. During the extraoral examination it was detected a tower shaped cranium, shortened limbs, lank and sparse hair, bilateral postaxial polydactyly, hypoplasic nails and heart changes. In the intraoral examination the signs included multiple labial frenum associated with gingival changes, and presence of a conic neo natal teeth. The diagnosis of Ellis van Creveld syndrome was based on the clinical and radiographic findings that included characteristics from Chondroectodermaldysplasia. It was not found any history of this syndrome in her family. Being thus, the Ellis Van Creveld Syndrome although rare, presents many characteristics that demand a multidiscipline treatment. Odontologic manifestations are there, that's why surgeons, especially dentists, must be aware of it so that their behavior can contribute for the patient well-being.|
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