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  1. lakmalDJ

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    1.what is this clinical feature?
    2.give two differential diagnosis?

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    I don't know the feature's name, but the brown bands could be associated with e.g. tetracycline use in childhood or severe dental fluorosis.
     

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    This is Risus Sardonicus*+(most often observed as a sign of tetanus),it can be associated with strychnine poisoning
     

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    it's tetanus (rhisus sardonicus appearance)
     

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    Correct Answer:
    1. RisusSardonicus
    2.Tetanus,strychnine poisoning
     

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