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The Authors describe a case of Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome. In this patient marked macroglossia and mandibular prognatism are presented.
A review of radiological diagnostic aids for maxillary impacted cuspid is presented.
A sample of patients with palatally displaced cuspids and a sample of subjects with normally erupted maxillary cuspids were examined as far as arch dimention and tooth size are concerned.
The Authors evaluated the stage of growth of seven left mandibular teeth and their eruption sequence on 157 op. The growth accomplishment happened earlier in this study as compared to others. Males showed one year gap compared to females in reaching the full dental growth, identified by the apex closure.
Recurring enamel etching was observed to value the effects on pulp response. Four teeth were extracted and analysed by O.M.; no cellular alterations were observed except a slight inflammatory alteration testified by congested vessels and presence of fibroblasts.