Symptom: Visual Observation Of Partial Cleft In Soft Palate

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Visual Observation Of Partial Cleft In Soft Palate

A visual observation of partial cleft in soft palate is a deformity inside the mouth that is easy to see. The soft palate is the area toward the back of the roof of the mouth. A cleft is a split that exists because the skin didn't properly close during the development of the fetus. In a soft palate partial cleft, only a portion of the roof of the mouth is split. A soft palate partial cleft is a congenital defect that can't be prevented, but it can be treated and repaired with surgery. A soft palate partial cleft can interfere with a baby's ability to speak, gain weight, suck, and eat.

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Last updated on Feb 03 2012 at 01:11
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