Febbraio 2000 - Volume XIX - numero 2

Medico e Bambino


Problemi correnti

La dentizione difficile: mito e illusione

GIANCARLO CERASOLI

UO di Pediatria e Neonatologia, Ospedale Civile “M. Bufalini”, Cesena

DENTITIO DIFFICILIS: MYTH OR ILLUSION

Key words: Teething

Teething seems to cause high fever, diarrhea, rashes, seizures or bronchitis. Many parents attribute these signs to teething, thus delaying the correct diagnosis. Illness occurring during tooth eruption should be throughly evaluated so that a serious illness is not overlooked. If the symptoms are related only to tooth eruption (as restlessness, thumb sucking, gum rubbing, drooling, temporary loss of appetite) the physician can rassure the parents and provide practical advices

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G. Cerasoli. La dentizione difficile: mito e illusione. Medico e Bambino 2000;19(2):95-96 https://www.medicoebambino.com/?id=0002_95.pdf


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