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Odontostomatol Proodos. 1989 Oct;43(5):451-8.

[Three cases of Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome].

[Article in Greek, Modern]


Manifestations from the craniofacial complex in patients presenting with the Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome, are of a special interest to the dentist as they involve structures of the oral cavity. On the occasion of three cases that exhibit some of the characteristic signs of this syndrome, the authors provide an extensive review of the related literature. Also, the specific morphology of the face, fingers, and oral structures of these patients is described, as well as, the findings from their cephalometric radiographs. These findings are indicative of a retrognathic face with severe dental crowding requiring extensive orthodontic treatment.

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