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Lower lip sinuses: I. Epidemiology, microforms and transverse sulci.
The numerous hypotheses advanced to explain the pathogenesis of lip sinuses have been reviewed by Warbrick et al. (1952) who suggested that the sinuses are remnants of the lateral sulci of the lowerExpand
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Tooth anomalies associated with congenital sinuses of the lower lip and cleft lip/palate.
Abstract A tabulation and statistical evaluation of the incidence of tooth anomalies such as hypodontia, congenital absence and retarded or asymmetrical development. Congenital absence and hypodontiaExpand
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Skeletal stability of Le Fort I osteotomy in patients with isolated cleft palate and bilateral cleft lip and palate.
The skeletal stability of Le Fort I osteotomy was evaluated retrospectively in 14 patients with isolated cleft palate (CP, mean age 27.2 years) and 11 patients with bilateral cleft lip and palateExpand
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Correlations of hypodontia in children with isolated cleft palate.
A total of 251 children with isolated cleft palate were examined. Orthopantomograms, taken at the age of 6-12 years, were used in the detection of hypodontia of the permanent teeth, excluding theExpand
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Skeletal stability of Le Fort I osteotomy in patients with unilateral cleft lip and palate.
The skeletal stability of Le Fort I osteotomy was evaluated cephalometrically in 40 consecutive patients with unilateral cleft lip and palate (UCLP) (27 male and 13 female) who were operated onExpand
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Increasing incidence of clefts in Finland: reliability of hospital records and central register of congenital malformations.
The treatment of cleft lip and/or palate [CL(P), CP] in Finland has been centralized to one unit since 1947. Since 1963 all congenital malformations are reported to a central register. Comparison ofExpand
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Correlations between microforms of the Van der Woude syndrome and cleft palate.
The lower lip was examined in 397 children with isolated cleft palate (CP), in 518 cleft lip children with or without cleft palate (CL(P)) and in 1000 noncleft children. Familial occurrence ofExpand
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On the pathogenesis of cleft palate in the Pierre Robin syndrome.
In a series of Pierre Robin syndrome (PRS) and isolated cleft palate patients (ICP) both U- and V-formed clefts were observed with equal frequency, but the PRS clefts were in average slightly wider.Expand
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Reconstruction of midline skin defects of the nose.
A classical, rectangular sliding flap with compensatory triangles excised on both sides of the base was used for the reconstruction of nasal midline skin defects from the root to the tip in 15 cases.Expand
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MALIGNANT MELANOMA OF THE SKIN
  • A. Rintala
  • Medicine
  • Duodecim; laaketieteellinen aikakauskirja
  • 1 September 1952
pitals been collected. Never has an analysis so detailed, so carefully checked and so impartial, been presented." This is a strong claim, but a perusal of the report shows that it is fully justified.Expand
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