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Taurodontism and Klinefelter's syndrome.
  1. Y Komatz,
  2. T Tomoyoshi,
  3. O Yoshida,
  4. A Fujimoto,
  5. K Yoshitake

    Abstract

    The incidence of taurodontism in 31 patients with XXY Klinefelter's syndrome was studied. Taurodont molars were observed in 6 of the 31 cases (19.4%), a significantly higher rate than among the controls. Though taurodontism is not an obligatory finding in Klinefelter's syndrome, it is believed to be one of the anomalies frequently observed in connection with this condition.

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