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Cone-beam computed tomographic comparison of chin symphysis bone particles and allograft versus iliac crest bone graft alone for reconstruction of alveolar bone defects in cleft patients

Attar BM, Soltani P, Davari D, Mehdizadeh M

Objectives: The aim of this study was to compare morbidities and duration of surgery, as well as bone formation in alveolar defects reconstructed with symphysis bone combined with allograft and...
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Use of stem cells in bone regeneration in cleft palate patients: review and recommendations

Amiri MA, Lavaee F, Danesteh H

This study was conducted to review the efficacy of different sources of stem cells in bone regeneration of cleft palate patients. The majority of previous studies focused on the transplantation...
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Secondary bone grafting for alveolar clefts: surgical timing, graft materials, and evaluation methods

Kim J, Jeong W

Alveolar cleft belongs to the spectrum of cleft lip and/or palate, affecting 75% of cleft lip/palate patients. The goals of alveolar cleft treatment are stabilizing the maxillary arch, separating the...
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Incidence of fistula after primary cleft palate repair: a 25-year assessment of one surgeon’s experience

Park MS, Seo HJ, Bae YC

Background Cleft lip and cleft palate are the most frequent congenital craniofacial deformities, with an incidence of approximately 1 per 700 people. Postoperative palatal fistula is one of the most...
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Esthetic restoration using digital techniques in a patient with cleft lip and palate

Park L, Park S, Lim HP, Yun K, Park C, Jang W

The use of prosthetic restorations in patients with cleft lip and palate is limited due to the presence of an imbalanced facial harmony, a narrowing of the nose, and a...
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Use of a buccinator myomucosal flap and bilateral pedicled buccal fat pad transfer in wide palatal fistula repair: a case report

Choi JM, Park H, Oh TS

Primary palatoplasty for cleft palate places patients at high risk for scarring, altered vascularity, and persistent tension. Palatal fistulas are a challenging complication of primary palatoplasty that typically form around...
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Effectiveness of the novel impression tray “cleftray” for infants with cleft lip and palate: a randomized controlled clinical trial

Kalaskar R, Bhaje P, Balasubramanian S, Kalaskar A

Objectives: Cleft lip and palate (CLP) is one of the most common congenital deformities with worldwide prevalence. It causes a range of issues for infants that mainly involve difficulty in...
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Primary repair of untreated cleft palate in an elderly patient: a case report

Lee JS, Lee JY, Kim YD, Song JM, Choi WH

Untreated adult or elderly cleft lip and palate patients are rarely seen, but studies on delayed primary palatal closure have been performed in the less developed Asian and African countries,...
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Frequency of anemia and micronutrient deficiency among children with cleft lip and palate: a single-center cross-sectional study from Uttarakhand, India

Chattopadhyay D, Vathulya M, Naithani M, Jayaprakash PA, Palepu S, Bandyopadhyay A, Kapoor A, Nath UK

Background: Children with cleft lip and/or palate can be undernourished due to feeding difficulties after birth. A vicious cycle ensues where malnutrition and low body weight precludes the child from...
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A novel modification of Bardach’s two-flap palatoplasty for the repair of a difficult cleft palate

Mir MA, Manohar N, Chattopadhyay D, Mahakalkar SS

Bardach described a closure of the cleft utilizing the arch of the palate, which provides the length needed for closure and is most effective only in narrow clefts. Herein, we...
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Speech-aid prosthesis in velopharyngeal incompetency patient with cleft palate: can speech aids be applicable for adult patient?

Kang DC, Park JH, Seok H, Baek JA, Kim DW, Ko SO

Background: Velopharyngeal incompetence (VPI) therapy for cleft palate (speech therapy alone, speech therapy using speech aids, or combined therapy such as speech therapy using a pharyngeal flap), is more effective...
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Campomelic Dysplasia with Sex Reversal Harboring a Novel Frameshift Mutation

Lee HN, Kim CY, Jung E, Lee BH, Lee BS, Kim EAR, Kim KS

Campomelic dysplasia (CD) is a rare genetic disease characterized by skeletal dysplasia that also affects several other organ systems. CD is caused by a SOX9 mutation. We here report a...
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Clinical interventions and speech outcomes for individuals with submucous cleft palate

Jung SE, Ha S, Koh KS, Oh TS

Background This study aimed to identify the initial diagnostic characteristics and treatment status of children with submucous cleft palate (SMCP) and to examine the relationship between the timing of surgical...
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Outcomes of a superiorly-based pharyngeal flap for the correction of velopharyngeal dysfunction

Lee YW, Bae YC, Park SM, Nam SB, Seo HJ, Kim GW

Background: This study investigated the outcomes of pharyngeal flap surgery in Asian patients with velopharyngeal dysfunction (VPD), with a focus on postoperative improvements in speech articulation and complications. Additionally, this...
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Dexmedetomidine during suprazygomatic maxillary nerve block for pediatric cleft palate repair, randomized double-blind controlled study

Mostafa MF, Abdel Aal FA, Ali IH, Ibrahim AK, Herdan R

Background: For children with cleft palates, surgeries at a young age are necessary to reduce feeding or phonation difficulties and reduce complications, especially respiratory tract infections and frequent sinusitis. We...
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Assessment of the correlation between various risk factors and orofacial cleft disorder spectrum: a retrospective case-control study

Cheshmi B, Jafari Z, Naseri MA, Davari HA

Background Orofacial clefts (OFCs) comprise a wide range of malformations, including cleft lip, cleft palate, and cleft lip with cleft palate, which can vary in terms of etiology, severity, and disease...
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Low incidence of maxillary hypoplasia in isolated cleft palate

Azouz V, Ng M, Patel N, Murthy AS

Background: The cause of maxillary growth restriction in patients with cleft lip and palate remains controversial. While studies have investigated the effects surgical technique and timing have on maxillary growth,...
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Intranasal teeth in a 3-year-old child with Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome

Shim SH

Smith–Lemli–Opitz syndrome (SLOS) is a rare autosomal recessive genetic disorder accompanied with congenital anomalies and mental impairment. Clefts of the hard and/or soft palate, small tongue, broad alveolar ridges, and...
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Early outcomes of cleft and palatal width following anterior palate repair (vomerine flap) in infants with wide cleft lip and palate

Mat Saad A, Chai KS, Wan Sulaiman WA, Mat Johar , Halim AS

BACKGROUND: Anterior palatal repair performed during cleft lip repair using a vomerine flap may assist in recruiting additional soft tissue for subsequent completion of palatoplasty, especially in patients with a...
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Establishing cleft services in developing countries: Complications of cleft lip and palate surgery in rural areas of Indonesia

Ruslin M, Dom L, Tajrin A, Hajrah Yusuf AS, Arif SK, Tanra AH, Ou KL, Forouzanfar T, Thamrin SA

BACKGROUND: Cleft treatment is frequently performed in Indonesia, mostly in charity missions, but without a postoperative protocol it is difficult to establish the risks and complications of cleft treatment. The...
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