Prevalence of oral defects among neonatally intubated 3- to 5- and 7- to 10-year old children.

@article{Kopra1991PrevalenceOO,
  title={Prevalence of oral defects among neonatally intubated 3- to 5- and 7- to 10-year old children.},
  author={D E Kopra and Elaine L. Davis},
  journal={Pediatric dentistry},
  year={1991},
  volume={13 6},
  pages={
          349-55
        }
}
Greater prevalence of oral abnormalities was found in two groups of children (ages 3 to 5 and 7 to 10 years) who had been intubated neonatally and were of low birth-weight than in same-aged children of average birth-weight who had not been intubated at birth. These abnormalities included enamel defects, high vaulted and/or grooved palates, posterior crossbites, and palatal asymmetry. In addition, these children were judged to have poorer speech intelligibility and greater speech nasality than… CONTINUE READING

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