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Prevalence of Exostoses in a Mayan population of the health center, Tekax, Yucatan, Mexico

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Peñaloza-Cuevas Ricardo, Mendiburu-Zavala Celia, Rivero-NavarreteJosé Alberto, Cardenas-Erosa Rubén Armando and Arana-Guardia Olga Fabiola
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The aim of this research was to establish the prevalence of exostoses in oral cavity of patients from the Urban Health Center, Tekax, Yucatan. This population is characterized by a brachiocephalic-exostosis association. Exostoses area symptomatic bone growth anatomical variation, in jaws, resulting from genetic and environmental factors interactive. Methods: Observational, transversal, descriptive. To obtain data, 274 patients with mayan ascendances records from the Urban Health Center Township Tekax, Yucatán, between 10-80 years of age during a six months period were reviewed. Ninety-eight (35.76%) presented exostoses. A descriptive analysis with frequencies and percentages finding the inference between gender and exostoses category was performed. Results: Of the 274 patients data reviewed, 124 (45.25%) were male and 150 cases (54.74%) women. 98 (35.76%) presented exostoses: 54 (19.70%) women and 44 (16.05%) men. According to the Location reported that the MT (20.43%) had the highest and VE (1.45%) the lowest prevalence. Nodular shaped (9.4%) was the most prevalence. According to age range the group 21-40 years reported 15.69%, while 41-60 years revealed 14.96% and 5.10% for the 61-80 years. Exostoses shape and location were independent from gender; location also was independent from ages, while shape and location were dependent. Conclusions: According to the results found in this Mayan ethnic population, the prevalence of exostoses reported is the highest (35.76%) at the state level until today. But sex is still consistent with that reported being women who have a higher prevalence (19.70%).

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