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Robinow syndrome, Cockayne syndrome, and Pfeiffer syndrome: an overview of physical, neurological, and oral characteristics.
Gen Dent. 2010 Jan-Feb; 58(1):14-7.GD

Abstract

The general population expects dentists to be well-versed in the typical and atypical orofacial characteristics of all potential patients. As a result, dentists must possess a reasonable amount of knowledge concerning the physical and intraoral traits associated with developmental disorders such as those associated with Robinow syndrome, Cockayne syndrome, and Pfeiffer syndrome. None of the physical, neurological, or oral anomalies discussed in this column present insurmountable barriers to providing dental care. Dental techniques and procedures performed on patients with any of these syndromes will be identical or very similar to those done on any other patient.

Authors+Show Affiliations

West Tennessee Regional Office, Arlington, Tennessee, USA.

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article
Review

Language

eng

PubMed ID

20129888

Citation

Horbelt, Carlton V.. "Robinow Syndrome, Cockayne Syndrome, and Pfeiffer Syndrome: an Overview of Physical, Neurological, and Oral Characteristics." General Dentistry, vol. 58, no. 1, 2010, pp. 14-7.
Horbelt CV. Robinow syndrome, Cockayne syndrome, and Pfeiffer syndrome: an overview of physical, neurological, and oral characteristics. Gen Dent. 2010;58(1):14-7.
Horbelt, C. V. (2010). Robinow syndrome, Cockayne syndrome, and Pfeiffer syndrome: an overview of physical, neurological, and oral characteristics. General Dentistry, 58(1), 14-7.
Horbelt CV. Robinow Syndrome, Cockayne Syndrome, and Pfeiffer Syndrome: an Overview of Physical, Neurological, and Oral Characteristics. Gen Dent. 2010 Jan-Feb;58(1):14-7. PubMed PMID: 20129888.
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