In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(deformity) del paladar(articulation/consonant) palatal
- If the infant will require intubation for greater than 7 days, consider use of palate plate to prevent formation of a palatal groove.
- Lesions may also affect the palate, pharynx, and larynx, causing palatal dysfunction, dysphagia, dysphonia, and aspiration.
- Modern Portuguese is characterized by an abundance of sibilant and palatal consonants and a broad spectrum of vowel sounds.
- His spelling of tree and leg shows that the Proto-Athabaskan velars had not yet become palatal affricates, as they soon thereafter did.
- In the International Phonetic Alphabet, < c > represents a voiceless palatal stop, < q > a voiceless uvular stop.
- It may present clinically as a fluctuant buccal or palatal swelling, with or without a draining fistula.
- However, once the native English began to learn their masters' language they adjusted it to suit their own speech-habits; since English then as now lacked the palatal sound of French gn, it was simplified to n, so that vigne became vine.
- The lesion was distal and palatal to the maxillary left second molar, which was vital.
- It is commonly a relic of a velar or palatal fricative that is preserved as a velar fricative.
- Infectious mononucleosis should be suspected and a diagnostic evaluation obtained in febrile patients who have sore throat plus splenomegaly, palatal petechiae, or posterior, axillary, or inguinal adenopathy.
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