Bifid uvula

Bifid uvula: The uvula, the little V-shaped fleshy mass hanging from the back of the soft palate, is cleft or split. Cleft uvula is a common minor anomaly occurring in about 1% of whites and 10% of Native Americans. Persons with a cleft uvula should not have their adenoids removed because, without the adenoids, they cannot achieve proper closure be
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bifid uvula

The uvula, the little V-shaped fleshy mass hanging from the back of the soft palate, is cleft or split. Cleft uvula is a common minor anomaly occurring in about 1% of whites and 10% of Native Americans. Persons with a cleft uvula should not have their adenoids removed because, without the adenoids, they cannot achieve proper closure between the sof
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bifid uvula

bifurcation of the uvula, an incomplete form of cleft palate.
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bifid uvula

bifid uvula Bifurcation of the uvula, considered an incomplete form of cleft palate. Also called: cleft, forked, or split uvula fissa, and staphyloschisis.
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Bifid Uvula

An abnormality in which the uvula (the small mass that hangs at the back of the soft palate of the mouth) is split in two parts. Newborns that are born with cleft palates will generally also have a cleft uvula. Synonym(s): Cleft Uvula
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bifid uvula

Type: Term Definitions: 1. bifurcation of the uvula, constituting a partially cleft soft palate.
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