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INTRODUCTION Taurodontism is a morphologic change characterized by wide pulp chambers, displaced toward the apical floor of the tooth and short roots. OBJECTIVE To describe the characteristics of multiple bilateral taurodontism in a female patient. CASE REPORT A 13-year-old female patient evaluated for ectopic eruption of the lower right canine.… (More)
A case of metatropic dysplasia is presented, stressing the utility of prenatal diagnosis.
The classical form of congenital adrenal hyperplasia is the result of mutations in the 21-hydroxylase gene (CYP21A2). Most deficient alleles carry pre-existing mutations in the CYP21PA homologue pseudogene, located in tandem. Mutant alleles are inherited from carrier parents, and de novo mutations during gametogenesis or foetal development are exceptional.… (More)