Molekulargenetische Diagnostik
Praxis Dr. Mato Nagel

Zahnbildungsstörungen

Die autosomal dominante Zahnbildungsstörung wird durch Mutationen im PTHR1-Gen hervorgerufen. Die verschiedenen Dentifikationsstörungen führen meist zu einer asymmetrischen Hypodontie.

Gliederung

Knochendysplasie
Achondroplasie
Antley-Bixler-Syndrom 1
Antley-Bixler-Syndrom 2
Apert-Syndrom
Blomstrand-Chondrodysplasie
Brachydaktylie Typ E2
Crouzon-Syndrom
Eiken-Syndrom
McCune-Albright-Syndrom
Muenke-Syndrom
Murk-Jansen metaphyseale Chondrodysplasie
Osteopathia striata mit kranialer Sklerose
Schimke-Dysplasie
Thanatophore Dysplasie 1
Thanatophore Dysplasie 2
Zahnbildungsstörungen
PTH1R

Referenzen:

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Decker E et. al. (2008) PTHR1 loss-of-function mutations in familial, nonsyndromic primary failure of tooth eruption.

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Bosker H et. al. (1978) Familial reinclusion of permanent molars.

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Bianchi SD et. al. (1991) Primary impaction of primary teeth: a review and report of three cases.

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None (1974) Complete failure of eruption of all permanent teeth: an autosomal dominant disorder.

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Proffit WR et. al. (1981) Primary failure of eruption: a possible cause of posterior open-bite.

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O'Connell AC et. al. (1999) Primary failure of tooth eruption: a unique case.

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Dibiase AT et. al. (2000) Primary failure of eruption in the permanent dentition of siblings.

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Ahmad S et. al. (2006) The clinical features and aetiological basis of primary eruption failure.

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Frazier-Bowers SA et. al. (2007) Primary failure of eruption: further characterization of a rare eruption disorder.

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