Hutchinson's incisors (also known as Hutchinson's teeth, Hutchinson's sign or Hutchinson-Boeck teeth) are a sign of congenital syphilis.
Babies with Hutchinson's incisors have teeth that are smaller, have notches on their biting surfaces, and are more widely spaced than normal.
Hutchinson's incisors is named after the English surgeon and pathologist, Sir Jonathan Hutchinson (1828-1913), who first described them.
Hutchinson's incisors form part of Hutchinson's triad.
Hutchinson's triad: is a common pattern of presentation for congenital syphilis. It consists of:
1. Interstitial keratitis
2. Hutchinson incisors
3. Eighth nerve deafness
Hutchinson's pupil is a clinical sign in which the pupil on the side of an intracranial mass lesion is dilated and unreactive to light, due to compression of the oculomotor nerve on that side.
Hutchinson's sign is a clinical sign which may refer to:
- A skin lesion on the tip of the nose precedes the development of ophthalmic herpes zoster.This occurs because the nasociliary branch of the trigeminal nerve innervates both the cornea and the tip of the nose. This sign is named after Sir Jonathan Hutchinson
- Limited growth, alopecia, and a distinctive appearance (small face and jaw, pinched nose) are all characteristic of progeria--HUTCHINSON GILFORD PROGERIA
- Hutchinson's melanotic freckle--It is a pigmented lesion composed of melanocytes occurring on sun-exposed skin, usually the face and neck. The melanocytes are commonly multinucleated with a "starburst" appearance. It is considered by many to be the in situ phase of lentigo maligna melanoma.
- HUTCHINSONS DISEASE---SARCOIDOSIS...READ SOME WHERE IN THE NET FOR THE FIRST TIME...