Four supernumerary distomolar dysmorphic cheek teeth in a horse: a case report
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We present an adult meat horse skull assembled by one of the authors with 4 fourth molars in each quadrant of the permanent dentition (Triadan 112, 212, 312 and 412), from which they were not totally erupted. As few cases of supernumerary molars in maxilla and mandible are reported in horses, this text reports the case anatomically. These seemed to have caused no clinical problems in the animal.
Is part ofResearch, 2014, vol. 1, num. 951
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