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Cleft lip is an opening in the skin and muscle between the nose and upper lip; often the gum ridge is also involved.
A cleft palate is an opening in the roof of the mouth.
- Soft palate
- Hard palate
Robin Sequence and Associated Syndromes
Robin sequence [spoken with a French pronunciation 'Row-BAN' previously known as Pierre Robin syndrome] begins with a lower jaw that is either too small (micrognathia) or is set back from the upper jaw (retrognathia ).
Deformational Robin sequence
Syndromic Robin sequence
- Stickler syndrome
- Velocardiofacial syndrome (VCFS, Shprintzen)
- DiGeorge sequence
This is a condition in which a baby's head becomes flat on one side.
- DFP, Deformational frontal plagiocephaly
- DPP, Deformational posterior plagiocephaly
Möebius syndrome begins early in the development of the nervous system.
Craniosynostosis is the term for a group of conditions in which a baby's head develops abnormally because the seams between the bones close prematurely.
- Scaphocephaly (Sagital synostosis)
- Trigonocephaly (Metopic synostosis)
- Synostic Frontal Plagiocephaly (Unilateral coronal synostosis)
- Synostic Posterior Plagiocephaly (Lamboid synostosis)
- Apert syndrome
- Crouzon syndrome
- Pfeiffer syndrome
- Saethre-Chotzen syndrome
- Carpenter syndrome
Vascular anomalies (abnormalities) occur in blood or lymph vessels. There are two major types: hemangiomas and vascular malformations.
- Capillary malformation (CM)
- Lymphatic malformation (LM)
- Arteriovenous malformation (AVM)
- Venous malformation (VM)
- Combined vascular malformation