Tooth and Nail Syndrome- A rare case report
Abstract: A uncommon autosomal dominant condition called Witkop's syndrome is marked by irregularities in the teeth and nails. It is an ectodermal dysplasia variation, which is thought to affect 1 in 100,000 live births. As a result, it is extremely difficult to identify in the general population due to its low prevalence and lack of distinguishing characteristics. The case study's objectives are to add to the body of existing knowledge by providing a useful approach to discovering the uncommon.
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