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Ortho-surgical management of a Conradi-Hünermann syndrome patient: rare case report.

Capelozza Filho L, de Almeida Cardoso M, Caldeira EJ, Capistrano A, da Silva Cordeiro A, Rocha D - Clin Case Rep (2015)

Bottom Line: The Conradi-Hünermann Disease is a rare syndrome, which affects the cranial development and the anatomy of dental occlusion.After interdisciplinary treatment completion, the patient reached satisfactory facial anatomy, as well as regular occlusal relationship, attested 2 years of accompaniment.

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Affiliation: Graduation and Post Graduation Program (Specialization and MSc degrees) in Orthodontics, Sacred Heart University, USC Bauru, São Paulo, Brazil.

ABSTRACT
The Conradi-Hünermann Disease is a rare syndrome, which affects the cranial development and the anatomy of dental occlusion. After interdisciplinary treatment completion, the patient reached satisfactory facial anatomy, as well as regular occlusal relationship, attested 2 years of accompaniment.

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Mentions: At the end of this monitoring period, the patient, with permanent dentition, was assessed for decompensation treatment. Preparation for orthognathic surgery also was performed. At this stage, the patient presented class III skeletal malocclusion caused by mandibular prognathism associated with maxillary deficiency and consequent concave profile severed by mandibular shift to the left (Fig.1A and B).


Ortho-surgical management of a Conradi-Hünermann syndrome patient: rare case report.

Capelozza Filho L, de Almeida Cardoso M, Caldeira EJ, Capistrano A, da Silva Cordeiro A, Rocha D - Clin Case Rep (2015)

Photography of pretreatment period: facial (A and B) and intraoral examination (C–E).
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fig01: Photography of pretreatment period: facial (A and B) and intraoral examination (C–E).
Mentions: At the end of this monitoring period, the patient, with permanent dentition, was assessed for decompensation treatment. Preparation for orthognathic surgery also was performed. At this stage, the patient presented class III skeletal malocclusion caused by mandibular prognathism associated with maxillary deficiency and consequent concave profile severed by mandibular shift to the left (Fig.1A and B).

Bottom Line: The Conradi-Hünermann Disease is a rare syndrome, which affects the cranial development and the anatomy of dental occlusion.After interdisciplinary treatment completion, the patient reached satisfactory facial anatomy, as well as regular occlusal relationship, attested 2 years of accompaniment.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Graduation and Post Graduation Program (Specialization and MSc degrees) in Orthodontics, Sacred Heart University, USC Bauru, São Paulo, Brazil.

ABSTRACT
The Conradi-Hünermann Disease is a rare syndrome, which affects the cranial development and the anatomy of dental occlusion. After interdisciplinary treatment completion, the patient reached satisfactory facial anatomy, as well as regular occlusal relationship, attested 2 years of accompaniment.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus