[Damage of the permanent teeth after icterus neonatorum gravis—a case history]

G Bier-Katz
Deutsche Zahnärztliche Zeitschrift 1975, 30 (12): 789-94
A case is reported in which, after icterus gravis neonatorum (I.G.N.) with subsequent exchange transfusion, highly discolored permanent teeth were observed with the six-year molars showing hypoplastic cusps. Possible connections between I.G.N and the discoloration and hypoplasia of the permanent teeth are discussed.

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