2015
DOI: 10.1016/j.clnesp.2015.03.035
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Dental health in children on Home Parenteral Nutrition

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“…Children with minimal oral intake and a delay in exposure to oral fluids and food are at high risk of dental problems. CVAD infections have been associated with poor dental hygiene and dental infections . An annual dental review is recommended.…”
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“…Children with minimal oral intake and a delay in exposure to oral fluids and food are at high risk of dental problems. CVAD infections have been associated with poor dental hygiene and dental infections . An annual dental review is recommended.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…These alterations could lead to premature loss of primary teeth. The reduced intake of food by the mouth with the absence of the masticatory movements could impact teeth development, especially in children, inducing abnormalities such as shape anomalies, enamel defects, staining, and gingivitis (Kumaraguru et al, 2016;Olczak-Kowalczyk et al, 2014;Vanderhoof & Young, 2001;Wright et al, 1991).…”
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“…Other features documented are delayed dentition which could also affect oral food introduction in those patients (Kumaraguru et al, 2016).…”
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