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Title: Bilateral microform cleft lip
Authors: Pace, David
Attard Montalto, Simon
Grech, Victor E.
Keywords: Cleft lip -- Case studies
Fistula, Cutaneous
Newborn infants -- Abnormalities
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Malta Medical Journal
Citation: Malta Medical Journal. 2006, Vol.18(3), p. 36-37
Abstract: Microform cleft lip (MCL), also called congenital healed cleft lip or cleft lip "frustré", is a rare congenital anomaly. MCL has been described as having the characteristic appearance of a typical cleft lip which has been corrected in utero. We present a girl with bilateral microform cleft lip associated with a preauricular sinus and bilateral camptodactyly.
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