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Quintessence Int 49 (2018), No. 5     6. Apr. 2018
Quintessence Int 49 (2018), No. 5  (06.04.2018)

Page 407-412, doi:10.3290/j.qi.a39688, PubMed:29335688


Multiple invasive cervical resorption and celiac disease: A case report
Dobroś, Katarzyna / Myciński, Paweł / Borowy, Przemysław / Zarzecka, Joanna
Multiple invasive cervical resorption (MICR) is a rare disease of unknown etiology. A case of a patient with MICR of six teeth, with low vitamin D3 level detected, is presented. Applied surgical and general treatments were only partially effective, as they failed to stop the resorption, although the parameters of calcium-phosphate management appreciably improved, and secondary hyperparathyroidism was successfully resolved.

Keywords: celiac disease, cone beam computed tomography, multiple invasive cervical resorption, secondary hyperparathyroidism, vitamin D3
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