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Fig. 4 | BMC Oral Health

Fig. 4

From: Three years of follow-up of otodental syndrome in 3-year-old Chinese boy: a rare case report

Fig. 4

Intraoral views showed abnormal canines and molars at 4-year-old age (a), at 5-year-old age (b, c), and at 6-year-old age (d, e). The left maxillary first molar was enlarged like a pumpkin (red arrow). The left mandibular first primary molar (#74) was a little mobile with the accumulation of dental plaque on the buccal and lingual gingival margin, and inflamed and enlarged gingiva (black arrow)

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