a cleft chin.
a cleft chin.
Median cleft lip: mild and subtle hypotelorism, flat nose, and median cleft lip with or without cleft palate.
incisure A notch, fissure or cleft in a bone.
Cleft-grafting of green budwood is also successful.
Their baby had an operation to repair a cleft palate.
Bone grafting of the alveolus is an essential step in the reconstruction of the orofacial cleft deformity.
Objective To evaluate the effect of model of triunity speech training in promoting speech development of children with cleft palate.
Carpophore bifid at apex, cleft up to 1/2 of its length.
the type genus of the family Bromeliaceae which incudes tropical American plants with deeply cleft calyx.
Most of the thyroglussal duct cyst and branchial cleft cyst were monolocular, while lymphangioma was multilocular.
Objective To find an objective index to describe the severity of hypernasality in cleft palate patients through speech spectroanalysis.
mosses having costate leaves and long-stalked capsules with cleft peristome.
Objective To explore the effect of myringotomy with insertion of tube and tympanocentesis on alleviating secretory otitis media(SOM) and hearing loss in cleft palate infants.
I was in a cleft stick—my job was boring but I couldn’t move to another firm without losing my company pension.
Hay-Wells Syndrome (HWS), also known as the ankyloblepharon-ectodermal dysplasia-clefting (AEC) syndrome, is one of at least 150 known types of ectodermal dysplasia.
Short term tolerance can be caused by depleted levels of neurotransmitters within the vesicles available for release into the synaptic cleft following subsequent reuse (tachyphylaxis).