amelogenesis imperfecta

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amelogenesis imperfecta

[‚am·ə·lō‚jen·ə·səs ‚im·pər′fek·tə]
(medicine)
An inherited dental disorder that causes defective formation of tooth enamel.
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The induction of fluorosis in animal and cell models has enabled to determine the extent to which the F-circulating in plasma in excessive concentrations during amelogenesis has deleterious effects on the different stages, including the secretion stage.
This clinical report describes the sequenced full mouth rehabilitation of a young adult patient with hypoplastic amelogenesis imperfecta.
Defining a new candidate gene for amelogenesis imperfecta: from molecular genetics to biochemistry.
Craniofacial characteristics and genotypes of amelogenesis imperfecta patients.
Debido a que el fluoruro en la superficie del esmalte no erupcionado refleja su incorporacion durante la amelogenesis y el periodo preeruptivo, se espera que su concentracion sea homogenea en toda la superficie del esmalte, lo que reduce la posibilidad de error por la seleccion de los bloques incluidos en el estudio.
That open-bite is related to calculus accumulation, might contribute also to the calculus accumulation in children with amelogenesis imperfecta who present with open-bite [Stewart et al.
This anomaly is differentiated from amelogenesis imperfecta and dentinogenesis imperfecta because it appears unilaterally (PANDIS et al.
y otros cuatro autores; Efectos del grabado acido en la amelogenesis imperfecta hipomineralizada: Estudio microscopico y microanalitico.
However, as she matured and her permanent teeth came in, her parents and dentist discovered she had Amelogenesis Imperfecta, an inherited disorder that affected the formation of the enamel on her teeth, leaving them soft and brittle.
Hypoplasia is a deficiency in enamel thickness resulting from a disruption in the secretory/matrix formation phase of amelogenesis.
La frecuencia de la amelogenesis imperfecta (AI) varia en las diferentes poblaciones mundiales.