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Table. 5.

Comparison between the results of previous studies and those of the present study on Parry–Romberg syndrome

Author (year) Studydesign Sample (race, number) Root Microdontia Delayed eruption/impacted tooth Congenital missing

Short root (incomplete root development) Dilacerated root
Foster13 (1979) Case report Caucasian(n = 1) Present#44,45,46,47 Not mentioned Not mentioned Not mentioned Not mentioned
Fayad andSteffensen14(1994) Case report Hispanic(n = 1) Present#12,42 Not mentioned Not mentioned Not mentioned Not mentioned
Mazzeoet al.15 (1995) Case report Hispanic(n = 1) Present#23,36,37 Not mentioned Not mentioned Not mentioned Not mentioned
Urbanet al.16 (1996) Case report Hispanic(n = 1) Not mentioned Not mentioned Not mentioned Not mentioned Mentioned(a lack of the second molar)
Colquhounet al.18 (2000) Case report Caucasian(n = 1) PresentGeneralized shortening of all permanent incisor, premolar, and lower canine Not mentioned Not mentioned Present#24,25,27,37 Not mentioned
Grippaudoet al.20 (2004) Case report Caucasian(n = 2) PresentPatient #1: malformed(first molar and first premolar) rootsPatient #2: root reduction with several teeth (#14, 16,17,31,41,42,44) Not mentioned Not mentioned PresentPatient #1: the teeth on the left maxillary side were less erupted PresentPatient #1: agenesis of the second premolar, #15,25,35,45Patient #2: #15,36
O'Flynn andKinirons8 (2006) Case report Caucasian(n = 1) Present#24,25,26,27,34,35,36,37 Present#24,34,45 Not mentioned Present#27,37 Not mentioned
de VasconcelosCarvalhoet al.11 (2010) Case report Brazilian(n = 1) Not mentioned Not mentioned Not mentioned Not mentioned Not mentioned
You and Baik21(2011) Case report Korean(n = 1) Present#34,35 Not mentioned Not mentioned PresentPosterior open bite on the left side due to delayed tooth eruption Not mentioned
Dixitet al.19 (2016) Case report Dravidian, India (n = 2) Not mentioned Not mentioned Mentioned(relative microdontia on the left side) Not mentioned Not mentioned
Al-Aizariet al.10 (2015) Review of 14papers - Mentioned Not mentioned Not mentioned Mentioned Mentioned
This study(2019) Retrospectivechart review Korean (n = 10) Present(n = 6/10) Present(n = 2/10) Present(n = 4/10) Present(n = 2/10) Present(n = 6/10)
Korean J Orthod 2020;50:407~417 https://doi.org/10.4041/kjod.2020.50.6.407
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