macrodontia


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macrodontia

[‚mak·rə′dän·chə]
(medicine)
The condition of having abnormally large teeth.
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However, in some of the prevalence studies gemination (10) and macrodontia (17) were not observed in any of the patients in their study population.
Clinical and radiological dental examination at 20 years age revealed dental defects such as macrodontia and he had been treated with current recommendations.
These include: supernumerary teeth, hypodontia, pegshaped permanent maxillary lateral incisors, dens in dente, nail disorders, syndactyly, successional conical, macrodontia and double permanent teeth.
1%) patients, followed in descending order by microdontia (4%), macrodontia (2.
Those excluded were subjects with anterior teeth fractures, congenital or acquired maxillofacial defects, attrition, any missing anterior tooth, microdontia or macrodontia.
2004], whereas macrodontia and supernumerary teeth occur more frequently in males [Zhu et al.
MANDIBULAR BILATERAL MACRODONTIA AND HYPERDONTIA: A CLINICAL CASE REPORT
Se sigue con la parte mas importante del libro, la presentacion de soberbias fotografias (las mejores que el presente autor ha visto sobre Coleopteros) de especies a tamano natural pertenecientes a los generos: Prionacalus, Psalidognathus, Sypilus, Mysteria, Mallodon, Physopleurus, Archodontes, Stenodontes, Notopleurus, Ialyssus, Acalodegma, Macrodontia, Callipogon, Enoplocerus, Charmallaspis, Pyrodes, Derancistrus, Elateropsis, Solenoptera, Chorenta, Derobrachus, Braderochus, Apterocaulus, Meroscelisus, Prionapterus, Monodesmus, Trichoderes, Tragasoma, Poekilosoma, Parandra, Cheloderus y un monstruoso ejemplar de Macrodontia cervicornis de 17 cm.
For the fearsome looking Macrodontia cervicornis, a species of longhorned beetle, the weapon of choice is its super mandible, or giant claw-like jaw.
1mm (2) shape of arch (U-shape/ square/v shape) (3) teeth alignments in anterior region in both jaws (labioversion/linguoversion/rotation) (4) teeth's width and thickness from canine to canine in both arches (5) spacing and their location (6) number of missing teeth and their location (7) wear patterns (attrition erosion and abrasion) (8) the curve of biting edges ( sharp/smooth) (9) occlusal level (infraocclusion/ supraocclusion) (10) Unique dentistry ( macrodontia microdontia etc).
Intraoral examination revealed localized macrodontia of lower left second permanent molar [Figure 1 & 2].
Talon cusps, macrodontia, and aberrant tooth morphology in Berardinelli-Seip syndrome.