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Gardner's syndrome is a multisystemic disease with multiple symptoms that are usually evident by the twentieth year of age; but, they may present anytime between 2 months and 70 years.
Dental and skeletal abnormalities when associated with colorectal polyposis constitutes Gardner's syndrome.
8 Other syndromes associated with multiple supernumerary teeth are Gardner's syndrome, Down syndrome and noonan's syndrome.
They can be divided into five subgroups: extraabdominal, intraabdominal, multiple, multiple familial and as part of Gardner's syndrome.
4) Other associated conditions include familial polyposis syndrome, Gardner's syndrome, (1) estrogen therapy and trauma.
These syndromes include mainly Cleidocranial Dysostosis and Gardner's syndrome, Down syndrome, Aarskog syndrome, Zimmerman-Laband syndrome and Noonan's syndrome along with hormonal disturbances like hypothyroidism, hypopituitarism and hypoparathyroidism.
Gardner's syndrome is a genetic disorder that causes adenomatous colon polyps and leaves patients prone to epidermoid cysts, desmoid tumors, and congenital hypertrophy of the retina.
1,2) Rare familial cases have also been reported which can be associated with familial conditions like myotonic dystrophy and Gardner's syndrome.
43) Epidermoid cysts of the head and neck can be associated with Gardner's syndrome, with the lesions frequently affecting the scalp, face, and soft tissues of the neck.
These include ataxia-telangiectasia, Gardner's syndrome, and basal cell nevus syndrome.
Osteomas are also part of Gardner's syndrome, an autosomal-dominant disease characterized by intestinal polyposis, osteomas, and soft tissue tumors such as dermoid cysts and fibromas.