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OBJECTIVE Speech disorders could affect the intelligibility, but also social competence and emotional development of a cleft-palate child. In this study, we proposed to examine the phono-articulatory defects of a group of surgically treated cleft palate patients, relatively to the familial social background, and children ability of self-controlling during(More)
Presented herein is an updated sheep cytogenetic map that contains 452 loci (291 type I and 161 type II) assigned to specific chromosome bands or regions on standard R-banded ideograms. This map, which significantly extends our knowledge of the physical organization of the ovine genome, includes new assignments for 88 autosomal loci, including 74 type I(More)
AIM To examine the prevalence of different types of dental anomalies in children with nonsyndromic cleft lip, unilateral cleft lip-palate, and bilateral cleft lip-palate. MATERIALS AND METHODS A sample of 90 patients (aged 4-20 years) affected by isolated cleft lip, unilateral and bilateral cleft lip and palate was examined. Cleft patients were classified(More)
AIM In this study, resonance and articulation disorders were examined in a group of patients surgically treated for cleft lip and palate, considering family social background, and children's ability of self monitoring their speech output while speaking. MATERIALS AND METHODS Fifty children (32 males and 18 females) mean age 6.5 ± 1.6 years, affected by(More)
The AA. discuss the problem of morphology of cranial base in children with cleft lip and palate, using a cephalometric appraisal. They record the data from 28 patients with cleft and from 30 normal children; the linear dimensions from nasion to sella and sella to basion are significantly reduced in the cleft lip and palate group, while cranial base(More)
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