Prosthetic Rehabilitation of a Patient with Symptoms of Iron Deficiency Anaemia in association with Fraser’s Syndrome – A Case Report
Keywords:Iron Deficiency Anaemia, Fraser’s syndrome, Enamel Hypoplasia, Occular Prosthesis.
About a quarter of the population in the world is affected with Anaemia and deficiency of iron is one of
the major causes. Associated symptoms are long term fatigue, cognitive function which shows impairment,
and decreased well-being. “Fraser syndrome” can be described as rare, genetically inherited disorder. It is
manifested as Crytophthalmos, Syndactyly along with Enamel Hypoplasia because of which the patient is
referred to a dentist. The following report presents the report of a male patient who had symptoms of iron
deficiency anaemia and also showed signs & symptoms of Fraser’s Syndrome. Proper knowledge regarding
Fraser’s syndrome and iron deficiency anaemia is imperative to plan an oral rehabilitation treatment protocol
for such patients.
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