alexa Description of prosthetic treatment in case of neurofibromatosis in the course of Recklinghausen disease. Case course.



Author(s): EyChmielewska H, Sobolewska E, Fraczak B

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Abstract Neurofibromatosis is a hereditary autosomal predominating disease occuring in one out of every 2000 or 3300 alive births. The classical form of neurofibromatosis was described by von Recklinghausen in 1882. The disease is a gene mutation, where the anomalies affect mesoderm and neuroectoderm. The paper presents the therapeutic treatment method for the case of lacking teeth restoration in a patient diagnosed with known form ofneurofibromatosis NF-1 in Recklinghausen disease.
This article was published in Ann Acad Med Stetin and referenced in Dentistry

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