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Comparison of minimally invasive versus conventional open harvesting technique for iliac bone graft in secondary alveolar bone grafting in cleft palate patients: a systematic review

Saha A, Shah S, Waknis P, Bhujbal P, Aher S, Vaswani V

This study evaluated and compared the donor site morbidity following minimally invasive and conventional open harvesting of iliac bone for secondary alveolar bone grafting in cleft palate patients. A thorough...
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Treatment of velopharyngeal insufficiency in a patient with a submucous cleft palate using a speech aid: the more treatment options, the better the treatment results

Park YH, Jo HJ, Hong IS, Leem DH, Baek JA, Ko SO

BACKGROUND: The submucous cleft palate (SMCP) is a type of cleft palate that may result in velopharyngeal insufficiency (VPI). Palate muscles completely separate oral and nasal cavities by closing off...
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A Rare Case of Hyponatremia Caused by Reset Osmostat in a Neonate with Cleft Lip, Cleft Palate, and Imperforate Anus

Ahn JG, Lee JE, Chung WY, Koo SH, Shin J, Jeon GW

Hyponatremia is defined as a plasma sodium concentration of < 135 mEq/L. It is a common electrolyte imbalance in newborns. We report the case of a term neonate with cleft...
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Comparative study of levobupivacaine and bupivacaine for bilateral maxillary nerve block during pediatric primary cleft palate surgery: a randomized double-blind controlled study

Mostafa MF, Herdan R, Elshazly M

BACKGROUND: Cleft lip and palate are common major congenital anomalies. Cleft palate (CP) repair causes pain and needs large doses of intravenous opioids. The risk of postoperative airway obstruction or...
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Mucoperiosteal Flap Necrosis after Primary Palatoplasty in Patients with Cleft Palate

Rossell-Perry P, Cotrina-Rabanal O, Barrenechea-Tarazona L, Vargas-Chanduvi R, Paredes-Aponte L, Romero-Narvaez C

BACKGROUND: The prevalence of flap necrosis after palatoplasty in patients with cleft palate. The prevalence of mucoperiosteal flap necrosis after palatoplasty remains unknown, and this complication is rare. This event...
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The comparative study of resonance disorders for Vietnamese and Korean cleft palate speakers using nasometer

Shin YJ, Kim Y, Kim HG

BACKGROUND: Nasalance is used to evaluate the velopharyngeal incompetence in clinical diagnoses using a nasometer. The aim of this study is to find the nasalance differences between Vietnamese cleft palate...
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Cause analysis, prevention, and treatment of postoperative restlessness after general anesthesia in children with cleft palate

Xu H, Mei XP, Xu LX

Cleft palate is one of the most common congenital malformations of the oral and maxillofacial region, with an incidence rate of around 0.1%. Early surgical repair is the only method...
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A prospective randomized controlled double-blind trial to assess the effects of dexmedetomidine during cleft palate surgery

Surana P, Parikh DA, Patkar GA, Tendolkar

BACKGROUND: We investigated whether the intraoperative administration of dexmedetomidine would attenuate the profound sympathoadrenal response associated with cleft palate (CP) surgery. METHODS: Sixty children aged 6 months to 12 years undergoing...
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Kabuki Syndrome with Cleft Palate

Paik JM, Lim SY

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Postoperative Speech Outcomes and Complications in Submucous Cleft Palate Patients

Park TS, Bae YC, Nam SB, Kang KD, Sung JY

BACKGROUND: The postoperative speech outcomes of submucous cleft palate (SMCP) surgery are known to be poorer than those of other types of cleft palate. We attempted to objectively characterize the...
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Acquired Palatal Fistula in Patients with Submucous and Incomplete Cleft Palate before Surgery

Park IH, Chung JH, Choi TH, Han J, Kim SW

It is uncommon for a palatal fistula to be detected in individuals who have not undergone surgery, and only sporadic cases have been reported. It is even more difficult to...
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Prenatal ultrasonographic diagnosis of cleft lip with or without cleft palate; pitfalls and considerations

Kim DW, Chung SW, Jung HD, Jung YS

Ultrasonographic examination is widely used for screening of abnormal findings on prenatal screening. Cleft lip with or without cleft palate of the fetus can also be screened by using ultrasonography....
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Cleft Palate Associated with Congenital Lipoma of the Palate in a Newborn

Lee JH, Choi MS, Yang JY, Park SK

Lipoma is relatively uncommon in the oral cavity, representing 1-5% of benign oral tumors. Lipoma of the oral cavity may occur in any region; the buccal mucosa, tongue, lip, and...
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Usefulness of Videofluoroscopic Swallow Study in Treacher Collins Syndrome With Cleft Palate: A Case Report

Hwang DW, Jung KJ, Kim SY, Kim JH

A 3-year-old girl had multiple anomalies compatible with Treacher Collins Syndrome (TCS). From the neonatal period, sucking was poor, making tube feeding necessary. Excessive saliva was retained in the oral...
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Palatal obturator restoration of a cleft palate patient with velopharyngeal insufficiency: a clinical report

Heo YR, Kim JW, Lee GJ, Chung CH

Cleft lip and palate is congenital deformity in oral and maxillofacial area. Normal soft palate has velopharyngeal closure action by connecting oral cavity and nasal cavity at rest and moving...
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A Case of Congenital Palatal Teratoma Associated with Cleft Palate

Song HS, Park DH, Pae NS, Park MC

  • KMID: 2040896
  • J Korean Soc Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 2007 Jul;34(4):497-499.
PURPOSE: The oral teratoma is found approximately in live birth at the rate from 1:35,000 to 1:200,000. In a review of literature 16 cases of midline teratoma with cleft palate...
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Genetic Analysis of TGFA, MTHFR, and IFR6 in Korean Patients Affected by Nonsyndromic Cleft Lip with or without Cleft Palate (CL/P)

Park JY, Yoo HW, Kim Y

  • KMID: 2166256
  • Genomics Inform.
  • 2007 Jun;5(2):56-60.
Nonsyndromic cleft lip with or without cleft palate (CL/P) is a common craniofacial birth defect that is the result of a mixture of genetic and environmental factors. While studies have...
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Prevalence of Otitis Media in Cleft Palate Patients

Kim SK, Jeong JO, Lee KC, Kwon YS, Cha BH

  • KMID: 1520461
  • J Korean Cleft Palate-Craniofac Assoc.
  • 2007 Apr;8(1):11-14.
PURPOSE: Cleft palate is very common congenital malformation in Korea. It is often accompanied with middle ear disease above all otitis media. Its cause is known as the functional dysfunction...
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2-Flap Palatoplasty for Troublesome Cleft Palate

Uhm KI, Kim SJ, Choi HG, Kim SH, Shin DH

  • KMID: 1520460
  • J Korean Cleft Palate-Craniofac Assoc.
  • 2007 Apr;8(1):6-10.
PURPOSE: If the primary palatoplasty fails, mobilization of the mucoperiosteal flap will become difficult because of mucoperiosteal scarring. Likewise, cleft palate with wide gap makes it difficult to secure a...
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Prenatal Diagnosis of Accompanying Alveolar Cleft and Cleft Palate in Fetuses with Cleft Lip Using Prenatal 3D Sonographic Identification and Antenatal Counseling

Koh KS, Kim H, Choi JW, Won HS, Kim SK

  • KMID: 2203238
  • J Korean Soc Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 2007 Mar;34(2):181-185.
PURPOSE: Cleft lip and/or palate is the most common congenital facial anomaly whose incidence is about 1 in 500~1000 live births. As this anomaly may be associated with the serious...
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