Translation of cleft palate in Spanish:

cleft palate

paladar hendido, n.


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    paladar hendido masculine
    fisura del paladar feminine
    • Does a cleft palate have anything to do with the jaw?
    • The use of maxillary distraction, particularly in the cleft palate population, has allowed us to achieve levels of correction that are unattainable by other methods.
    • Figure 2 provides a comparison of the anatomical features in a normal developed palate with that of a cleft palate deformity.
    • Many patients had cleft lips, cleft palates, burns, or extra or fused fingers or toes.
    • Twice as many boys as girls have a cleft lip, both with and without a cleft palate.
    • It was indicative, as we later discovered, of the fact that she had a sub-mucous cleft palate and was unable to make a vacuum in her mouth cavity.
    • Cleft lip and cleft palate are birth defects in which the tissues of the mouth and/or lip don't form properly during fetal development.
    • I am 19 years old and have scoliosis and a cleft palate.
    • So most children with cleft palate suffer from frequent otitis media, ear discharge and deafness.
    • More than 70 percent of babies with cleft lip also have cleft palate.
    • I have seen children born with both cleft lip and cleft palate go on to be and do just about everything and anything imaginable.
    • Repair of the cleft lip begins after completion of the cleft palate repair.
    • A cleft palate occurs when the roof of the mouth has not joined completely and can also range in severity.
    • A cleft palate is an opening between the roof of the mouth and the nasal cavity.
    • Breast feeding can be difficult where the baby has a cleft palate, and some babies may need the help of special feeding equipment.
    • And in some cases, until they have reconstructive surgery, children with cleft palates may need to wear a prosthetic palate called an obturator to help them eat properly.
    • Sometimes cleft palate is taken to mean simply a hare lip.
    • These included cleft palates, skulls that didn't close and other deformities that affected the survival rate of kittens.
    • Scientists also identified genes that affirm the chicken's value as a model for study of developmental disorders like cleft palate and diseases like muscular dystrophy.
    • Around 70% of babies with cleft lips also have cleft palates.