Hutchinson’s teeth

Hutchinson’s teeth is seen in which of the following case?

A. Rubella

B. Multiple Sclerosis

C. Congenital Syphilis

D. Edward syndrome

All of the following are TRUE about Hutchinson’s teeth –

A. Teeth that are smaller

B. Teeth widely spaced

C. Notches present on biting surfaces

D. Not a part of Hutchinson’s triad

Hutchinson’s triad

Consists of TRIAD –

  1. Interstitial keratitis,
  2. Malformed teeth – Hutchinson incisors and mulberry molars)
  3. Eighth nerve deafness

common pattern of presentation for congenital syphilis

May be associated with – saddle nose deformity of the nose

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