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Document type: Trabalho de Conclusão de Curso
Access type: Acesso Aberto
Title: The influence of early childhood caries on congenital heart disease: case report
Alternate title (s): Early Childhood Caries and Cardiopathy
Author: Medeiros, Julia
First Advisor: de Oliveira, Danielly Cunha Araújo Ferreira
First member of the Committee: de Oliveira, Fabiana Sodré
Second member of the Committee: Soares, Carlos José
Third member of the Committee: Carvalho, Thiago de Amorim
Summary: Early Childhood Caries (ECC) in children with heart disease may lead to the development of infective endocarditis. The Interatrial Communication is a congenital malformation that receives three classifications, among which the ostium secundum type stands out. A 5-year-old male patient, diagnosed with Interatrial Communication ostium secundum attended by the Pediatric Cardiology sector of the Clinics Hospital of the Federal University of Uberlândia was referred to the Special Patients Division of the same institution due to the presence of ECC. Clinical and tomographic examination revealed the presence of residual roots of deciduous teeth, fistulas in the anterior superior region and the presence of all permanent tooth buds. The extraction of all residual roots was performed under general anesthesia. It was concluded that the dental treatment was successful, there was an improvement in the quality of life and the patient is able to undergo cardiac surgery.
Keywords: Dental caries
Quality of life
Heart diseases
Language: eng
Country: Brasil
Publisher: Universidade Federal de Uberlândia
Quote: MEDEIROS, Julia. The influence of early childhood caries on congenital heart disease: case report. 2017. 31 f. Trabalho de Conclusão de Curso (Graduação em Odontologia) - Universidade Federal de Uberlândia, Uberlândia, 2017.
Date of defense: 6-Jul-2017
Appears in Collections:TCC - Odontologia

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