Pathognomonic Oral Profile of Lubinsky-MacGibbon Syndrome fo | 91293

Journal of Research in Medical and Dental Science
eISSN No. 2347-2367 pISSN No. 2347-2545

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Pathognomonic Oral Profile of Lubinsky-MacGibbon Syndrome for Lowering the Risk of Progressive Renal Failure: Rare Case Report

Author(s): Almoataz Bellah Abdullah Tawfiq Abdel-Bari*, Ahmed Abd El-Latif Mosleh and Khaled Abd El-Hamid Saad


Lubinsky-MacGibbon syndrome is an extremely rare condition characterized by defective amelogenesis and bilateral medullary nephrocalcinosis. Because nephrocalcinosis is symptomless even though renal complications may not emerge until late childhood or early adulthood, the pathognomonic orodental findings and panoramic radiographic features present in early childhood play an exclusive role in the early detection of this rare syndrome for better renal prognosis.

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