Although harelip, cleft palate, or both, are by far the most common major facial malformations, the mechanisms underlying their embryogenesis are only now beginning to be understood; this is due to the complexity of primary and secondary palate development and the fact that appropriate methods for study have only recently been developed. The authors present a review of the most significant data regarding the etiology of hare lip and cleft palate, both in their physiopathogenic aspects and in their clinical morphology. The peculiarity of these malformations is outlined, supported by literature data and personal experimental experience.

Considerazioni sperimentali sul meccanismo di chiusura del labbro e del palato / Raposio, E; Panarese, P.; Filippi, F.. - In: MINERVA STOMATOLOGICA. - ISSN 0026-4970. - 43:12(1994), pp. 577-583.

Considerazioni sperimentali sul meccanismo di chiusura del labbro e del palato

RAPOSIO, Edoardo;
1994

Abstract

Although harelip, cleft palate, or both, are by far the most common major facial malformations, the mechanisms underlying their embryogenesis are only now beginning to be understood; this is due to the complexity of primary and secondary palate development and the fact that appropriate methods for study have only recently been developed. The authors present a review of the most significant data regarding the etiology of hare lip and cleft palate, both in their physiopathogenic aspects and in their clinical morphology. The peculiarity of these malformations is outlined, supported by literature data and personal experimental experience.
Considerazioni sperimentali sul meccanismo di chiusura del labbro e del palato / Raposio, E; Panarese, P.; Filippi, F.. - In: MINERVA STOMATOLOGICA. - ISSN 0026-4970. - 43:12(1994), pp. 577-583.
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