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392 Possible Causes for Bifid Uvula

  • Neuhauser Syndrome

    They also had hypotonia, incomplete cleft palate, bifid uvula, depressed nasal bridge, epicanthal folds, hypoplastic labia major, micrognathia and pectus excavatum.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Megalocornea-mental retardation (MMR or Neuhauser) syndrome: another case associated with cerebral cortical atrophy and Bifid uvula.[scielo.br] Other features included bifid uvula and cerebral cortical atrophy.[omim.org]

  • Cleft Uvula

    A bifid uvula in some cases is hereditary; some live out their lives without any of the above mentioned problems of a cleft uvula.[buzzle.com] The uvula, the little V-shaped fleshy mass hanging from the back of the soft palate, is bifid uvula (Bifid uvula-Split uvula-Forked uvula) “Bifid” means divided or forked.[drpaulose.com] A bifid uvula is an uvula that is split, or forked. It’s also called a cleft uvula.[healthline.com]

  • Stickler Syndrome

    The identification of a bifid uvula by conventional 2D ultrasound led to a prenatal diagnosis of Stickler syndrome in this affected Family and allowed the neonatologist team[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] About 20% of type 1 patients have cleft palate or bifid uvula, but there have been no case reports of orthodontic treatment of this syndrome so far.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] uvula cleft hard palate micrognathia Robin sequence : micrognathia, cleft palate, glossoptosis Audiologic sensorineural or conductive hearing loss hypermobile middle ear[radiopaedia.org]

  • Stickler Syndrome Type 2

    uvula 0000193 Depressed nasal bridge Depressed bridge of nose Flat bridge of nose Flat nasal bridge Flat, nasal bridge Flattened nasal bridge Low nasal bridge Low nasal root[rarediseases.info.nih.gov] uvula cleft hard palate micrognathia Robin sequence : micrognathia, cleft palate, glossoptosis Audiologic sensorineural or conductive hearing loss hypermobile middle ear[radiopaedia.org] Midline clefting is present frequently with bifid uvula, a highly arched palate, or an actual cleft palate. Joint laxity is common.[disorders.eyes.arizona.edu]

  • Cleft of Hard Palate

    Figure 1: The edentulous patient with bifid uvula and V-shaped notch at the back of the hard palate Figure 2: The edentulous patient with bifid uvula and V-shaped notch at[nature.com] Bifid uvula occurs in 2% of the population.[emedicine.medscape.com] Your child may have a bifid uvula, which is a sign of a cleft. Your uvula is the piece of tissue that hangs in the back of your throat.[asha.org]

  • Limb-Mammary Syndrome

    uvula.[malacards.org] uvula, hypodontia was reported.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Less frequent findings include lacrimal-duct atresia, nail dysplasia, hypohydrosis, hypodontia, and cleft palate with or without bifid uvula.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Goldberg-Shprintzen Syndrome

    Fourteen (56%) patients had a bifid uvula, 5 had a broad uvula, 4 had a midline raphe, and 2 had a normal uvula.[ajnr.org] uvula.[loeysdietz.org] Scores ranged from 1 to 11 based on the severity of hypertelorism, bifid uvula, cleft palate, and craniosynostosis.[ajnr.org]

  • Cleft Palate

    References Hide All Bagatin, M. ( 1985 ) Cleft uvula.[doi.org] ., separation in the midline); (b) a bifid uvula; and (c) a palpable bony notch at the edge of the hard palate.[asha.org] Your child may have a bifid uvula, which is a sign of a cleft. Your uvula is the piece of tissue that hangs in the back of your throat.[asha.org]

  • Cleft Lip

    References Hide All Bagatin, M. ( 1985 ) Cleft uvula.[doi.org] ., separation in the midline); (b) a bifid uvula; and (c) a palpable bony notch at the edge of the hard palate.[asha.org] Your child may have a bifid uvula, which is a sign of a cleft. Your uvula is the piece of tissue that hangs in the back of your throat.[asha.org]

  • Bifid Nose

    A bifid uvula is an uvula that is split, or forked. It’s also called a cleft uvula.[healthline.com] Bifid uvula: Anesthetist don't take it lightly!. Saudi J Anaesth 2013;7:482-4 Sir, Bifid uvula means a cleft in uvula.[saudija.org] Your child may have a bifid uvula, which is a sign of a cleft. Your uvula is the piece of tissue that hangs in the back of your throat.[asha.org]

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