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DIDrill Instructor
DIData In
DIDue In
DIDas Ist (German: that is)
DIDestiNation ImagiNation
DIDivision(al)
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DIDirect Injection (connection of an electrical musical instrument to a mixer)
DIDigital Intermediate
DIDisability Insurance
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DIDiagnostic Imaging
DIDependency Injection
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DIDrug Interaction
DIDigital Interface
DIDaily Intake (nutrition; various organizations)
DIDistilled (water)
DIDocument Imaging
DIDrug Induced
DIDiscovery Institute
DIDivine Intervention (World of Warcraft; band)
DIDig It (Beatles song)
DIDeath Index
DIData Integrator
DIDagens Industri (Swedish newspaper)
DIDesert Inn (Las Vegas)
DIDivine Inspiration (band)
DIDuctile Iron
DIDifferentiated Instruction (education)
DIDisplay Interface
DIDirect Injection (CAT)
DIDetective Inspector
DIData Interchange
DIDiabetes Insipidus (water diabetes)
DIDeionized (Water)
DIDramatic Interpretation
DIDonor Insemination
DIInternal Diameter
DIDefense Information
DIDance Instructor
DIDietetic Internship
DIDual Immersion (education)
DIDirectorate of Intelligence
DIDefense Investment (various organizations)
DIDigital Imagery
DIDramatiska Institutet (Swedish university for arts and media)
DIDesign Interface
DIDirectional Influence (gaming)
DIDisability Index
DIDeinstitutionalization
DIDiplomi Insinööri (Finnish Degree)
DIDirection Indicator (aviation)
DIDegree of Integration
DIData Interoperability
DIDestructive Interference (physics)
DIDestination Index
DIDiana/Diane
DIDouble Integral
DIDentinogenesis Imperfecta
DIDouble Insulated
DIDisabled Individual
DIDesign Instruction
DIDyslexia Institute (UK)
DIDynamic Interface
DIDeseret Industries
DIDocument Identifier
DIDetrusor Instability
DIDiscussion Item
DIDisable Interrupt (assembly language instruction)
DIDeflation-Inflation (volcanic tilt event0
DIDelay Insensitive
DIDielectric Isolation
DIDirector of Investigations
DIDéchets Inertes (French: Inert Waste; nuclear energy)
DIDevelopment Item
DIDistinctive Insignia
DIDeMolay International
DIDistrict Inspector
DIDuo Interpretation (oratorical exercise)
DIDirector of Investments
DIDismounted Infantry
DIDriver Identification
DIDelay Index
DIDomain Integration
DIDestiny Islands (video game Kingdom Hearts)
DIDamage Incorporated (gaming clan)
DIDamage Incorporated (computer game)
DIDental Index
DIDistribution Interface
DIDiastolic Interval
DIDiagnostic Inspection
DIDoppler Index
DIDrunk and Incapable
DIDecoder Identification
DIDiameter-Inch (welding production for piping construction)
DIDiscrete Identifier (US DoD)
DIDirecting Implementation (common feature; Capability Maturity Model Integration)
DIDebt Indicator
DIDorsal Interossei
DIDate Integrity
DIDrainage Inlet
DIDesignated Inspection
DIDry Injection
DIDIA (Defense Intelligence Agency) Directorate for Intelligence Production (US DoD)
DIDesktop Instructions
DIDesk Instructions
DIDiscipline Instructor
DIDrugs Inspector (India)
DIDelay Indefinite
DIDiodes for Isolation
DIDesignation Indicator
DIDangerous Impoundment
DIDefense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Directorate for Analysis (US DoD)
DIDormitory Inspection
DIDeparture Approval Request for IFR Flight
DIDependability/Directivity Index
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Distribution of children with dental anomalies according to gender Dental anomaly Male Female Total (% prevalence) Congenitally missing teeth 20 28 48 (0.52%) Supernumerary 10 15 25 (0.27%) Molar-incisor 11 12 23 (0.25%) hypomineralization Turner hypoplasia 8 6 14 (0.1%) Fluorosis 7 4 11 (0.1%) Odontoma 4 6 10 (0.1%) Fusion 5 4 9 (0.09%) Gemination 3 3 6 (0.06%) Amelogenesis imperfecta 3 2 5 (0.05%) Dens invaginatus 1 2 3 (0.03%) Talon cusp 1 1 2 (0.02%) Taurodontism 2 - 2 (0.02%) Macrodontia - 2 2 (0.02%) Dentinogenesis imperfecta 1 1 2 (0.02%) Dilaceration 1 1 2 (0.02%) Ectopic eruption - 1 1 (0.01%) Microdontia - 1 1 (0.01%)
Dentin dysplasia is a hereditary abnormality of dentin with no correlation to systemic disease that is distinct from dentinogenesis imperfecta. Two phenotypes have been described (Table 5).
We also undertook these studies on patients with type IV OI and dentinogenesis imperfecta. In brief, we cultured skin fibroblasts and assessed the synthesis and secretion of type 1 procollagen relative to type 3 procollagen by protein gel electrophoresis.
In dentinogenesis imperfecta, the enamel chips off easily, apparently because of a lack of physical retention at the dentin-enamel junction.
In Dentinogenesis Imperfecta Type I, the dentin mineralization defects are coupled with Osteogenic Imperfecta related bone diseases characterized by a systemic condition involving bone fragility, blue sclera of the eyes, joint laxity, and hearing impairment.
Bilateral occurrence of this condition is frequently observed and it has been reported in association with taurodontism, microdontia, gemination and dentinogenesis imperfecta. In this patient also dens invaginatus was present bilaterally on maxillary lateral incisors associ-ated with microdontia and dilaceration.
Dentinogenesis imperfecta (DI) is an autosomal dominant genetic disorder characterised by abnormal dentine structure affecting the primary and permanent dentitions [Barron et al., 2008].
Dentinogenesis imperfecta is an uncommon defect in the collagen formation that is transmitted as an autosomal dominant trait.
Some people with OI have brittle, discolored teeth, a condition known as dentinogenesis imperfecta.