Facial pain is a complex disorder to diagnose and
to manage. Problems in the craniofacial area may
present with conflicting and blurred symptomatology
that may result in an obscured clinical picture where
a single etiological factor may seem unlikely. This is
a report of a case of chronic palatal pain in a patient
who was previously surgically managed for a cleft soft
palate and partial cleft hard palate.
Swiegers, Dorethea(University of Pretoria, 2010-08-05)
Currently a need exists in South Africa for an age-, linguistically- and culturally appropriate perceptual speech assessment protocol for Zulu-speaking pre-school children with cleft palate. The aim of this study was to ...
Groenewald, Hannelie(University of Pretoria, 2011-12-08)
Infants, toddlers and young children with cleft lip and palate (CLP) often present with multiple risk profiles due to the complex interaction between genotypical, phenotypical and environmental risk factors influencing ...
Nicolson, Sue W.; Lerch-Henning, Sara; Welsford, Megan; Johnson, Steven D.(Springer, 2015-03)
Secondary compounds in nectar may play a decisive role in determining the
spectrum of floral visitors on plants. Flowers of the African coral tree Erythrina caffra are
visited mainly by generalist passerine nectarivores, ...