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Idiopathic gingival hyperplasia: Diagnosis and treatment of a clinical case and review of the literature

  title={Idiopathic gingival hyperplasia: Diagnosis and treatment of a clinical case and review of the literature},
  author={ia Silvia Isabel Caviglia and Eduardo Molina Gonz{\'a}lez and S. Rosso and Roger Ongaro and Mariana A{\'u}n and R Cabrera and ez Diego Jorge V{\'a}zquez},
El término hiperplasia se refiere al aumento de tamaño de los tejidos en un órgano, producido por el aumento del número de sus componentes celulares. En este trabajo se presenta un caso clínico de Hiperplasia Gingival Idiopática en un paciente del sexo femenino, de 13 años de edad. El tratamiento consistió en la motivación, enseñanza de higiene bucal y terapia quirúrgica para la eliminación del tejido gingival excesivo. El estudio histopatológico confirmó el diagnóstico presuntivo. Basado en lo… 



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