October 2009
Reactions Weekly;10/24/2009, Issue 1275, p17
Case Study
The article describes the case of five patients who acquired tooth discoloration. The patients, who were suffering from KCNJ11 mutations and permanent neonatal diabetes, developed their respective conditions after switching to glibenclamide from insulin. One of the patients had plaque-like discoloration in her front teeth.


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