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Disfigured patients may be forced to forego surgery

...n and reconstruction, tumor removal, cleft lip and palate repair, burn care, hand surgery, as well as a host of other procedures that are restorative in nature and often reduce pain. "This new data is concerning because we don't believe there are less reconstructive procedures that need to be performed," s...

New method to fix cleft palate shows promise in Mayo Clinic lab study

...be a feasible and effective method to repair cleft palate in the future. Cleft palate is a common birth defect in which a child is born with a gap in the roof of the mouth. This conditio...

USC human speech study

...he sound correctly "the tongue tip is high in the palate making a cupped shape" and finally got it right. Other potential applications include help for people affected by congenital malformations that may make motor control, and thus the articulation of specific sounds, difficult....

American Thoracic Society Journal news tips for November (second issue)

...also had an increased cross-sectional area of soft palate and increased airway volume. Based on an in-depth study of 19 males and 20 females to determine the anatomic and physiologic variables that are mechanistically important in pharyngeal behavior, the researchers constructed a model of a human upper ai...

Aventis Pharmaceuticals Allegra (Fexofenadine Hcl) 30-Mg tablets now available to treat seasonal allergies, chronic hives in children 6 to 11 years

... itchy, watery, red eyes, sneezing and itchy nose, palate and throat can hinder the enjoyment of outdoor activities that children like to pursue. Allegra 30-mg tablets are nonchewable and are smaller than a chocolate chip. This pediatric dose is an addition to the Allegra family of products currently avail...

New nasal obstruction procedure offers cheaper, pain-free alternative to surgery

... creates a scar that, as it forms, tightens up the palate anddecreases the volume and intensity of snoring," Yarbrough said. "The procedureis relatively pain-free - patients might need to take some Motrin or Tylenolimmediately but narcotics for seven to 10 days are unnecessary. It's also moreconvenient and ...

Study: Birth Defects Decrease Survival, Childbirth, Boost Risk Of Similar Defects

...ervous system irregularities and highest for cleft palate and lip,clubfoot and malformations of skin, hair, nails and genitals. Women with birth defects also are generally less likely to have childrenthan others but face an increased risk of bearing offspring with the sameproblem, the research show...

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