The Rieger Syndrome: a Case Report with Unusual Dental Findings
Kaklamanos, Eleftherios G.
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Background/Aim: The Rieger syndrome is a rare, autosomal dominant and phenotypically variable disorder, characterized by abnormalities of the anterior chamber of the eye, coincident with missing or misshapen teeth. Case report: This report features a case of the Rieger syndrome associated with bilateral cleft lip and palate and a severe open bite, findings not usually reported in association with this condition. Conclusions: The findings described in the present case of Rieger syndrome are unusual and expand the spectrum of manifestations of the condition.