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38 Possible Causes for Choking, Submucous Cleft Palate

  • Cleft Palate

    […] of submucous cleft palate.[] This is very common and expected, and it does not mean the baby is choking.[] This can cause choking. Special nipples and bottles are available that can help.[]

  • Otitis Media

    palate or submucous cleft), altered physiological defences (Eustachian tube dysfunction) or Down's syndrome ( Bluestone 1998 ).[] Other obstacles identified in this pilot survey were supervision, liability, school regulation, compliance issues, potential distractions to classes and risk of choking.[] […] groups (such as Native American tribes of Apache and Navajo, Australian Aborigines, and Inuits of Canada, Greenland and Alaska), and individuals with anatomical defects (e.g. cleft[]

  • Cleft Uvula

    It has been determined that submucous cleft palate can occur even when a peroral examination shows an intact uvula.[] Thus, food and liquids could possibly enter the nasal cavity, causing breathing problems and choking. 3. Impaired speech because of the difficulties 4.[] This is a particularly risky body piercing as it can fall down into the throat and cause choking. Removal may require surgery.[]

  • Pierre Robin Syndrome

    Cleft palate in spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia congenita: case reports S.Park Scand J Plast Reconstr Hand Surg 2001 Cephalometric analysis in submucous cleft palate: Comparison[] Treatments are focused on the breathing, feeding, and choking difficulties.[] Feeding must be done very carefully to avoid choking and aspirating liquid into the airway.[]

  • Uvula Abnormal

    Submucous cleft palate . Br Med J 1988; 297 : 85–86. 7. Trier W C .[] A few hours after extubation, he complained of dyspnea and a choking sensation.[] Be on the lookout for serious symptoms like chronic choking or the inability to get sufficient oxygen.[]

  • Cleft of Hard Palate

    Submucous cleft palate . Br Med J 1988; 297 : 85–86. 7. Trier W C .[] Is there anything we can do to prevent the mucus from causing him to choke? You need to see your doctor about that.[] Submucous cleft palate Submucous cleft palate occurs when the muscles of the soft palate have a gap, but the lining of the palate doesn’t have a gap, so it looks similar to[]

  • Cleft Lip - Cleft Palate

    In a submucous cleft palate, the gap in the roof of the mouth is covered by a thin layer of soft tissue (mucousa membrane).[] This is very common and expected, and it does not mean the baby is choking.[] Commonly babies with cleft palate may gag, choke, or aspirate the milk while sucking. Babies with cleft palates are at higher risk of infections of the middle ear.[]

  • Congenital Velopharyngeal Incompetence

    cleft palate WEATHERLEY-WHITE RCA 被引用文献1件 30 Submucous cleft palate PORTERFIELD HW 被引用文献1件 36 粘膜下口蓋裂と先天性鼻咽腔閉鎖機能不全患者の心身の発達と構音および鼻咽腔閉鎖機能について 萩尾 藤江 , 川野 通夫 , 田野口 二三子 , 山田 美代子[] This means that some of the fluid feed may be breathed into the trachea or windpipe, leading to coughing, retching and choking, with attendant risks of pneumonia.[] , congenitally short palate, submucous cleft palate, palatal paralysis, and, sometimes, enlarged tonsils.[]

  • Cleft Lip

    […] occurs only in the muscles of the soft palate (submucous cleft palate), which are at the back of the mouth and covered by the mouth's lining.[] But besides helping with my snoring, I now sleep better, speak smoother and am less afraid of dying from choking from dry pallets of food.[] If your infant has a cleft palate, sucking to eat might be a challenge—your baby might gag, choke, or breathe liquid into their lungs (aspirate) while feeding.[]

  • X-linked Cleft Palate and Ankyloglossia

    […] a complete, partial or submucous cleft palate, with or without ankyloglossia.[] If it's not treated, it can also lead to: Dental problems like tooth decay , swollen and irritated gums, and a gap between the lower two front teeth Gagging or choking on[] Plan CP County Parish (UK) CP Certified Paralegal CP College Place (Washington) CP Commercial Power (reactor) CP Counterproliferation CP Continental Plan (accommodation) CP Choke[]

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