Bednar aphthae

Bed·nar aph·thae

(bed'năr),
traumatic ulcers located bilaterally on either side of the midpalatal raphe in infants.

Bed·nar aph·thae

(bed'nahr af'thē)
Traumatic ulcers located on the posterior portion of the hard palate in infants who place infected objects in the mouth, bilaterally on either side of the midpalatal raphe in infants.

Bednar,

Alois, Austrian physician, 1816-1888.
Bednar aphthae - traumatic ulcers located bilaterally on either side of the midpalatal raphe in infants.
Bednar-Parrot syndrome - Synonym(s): Parrot I syndrome

Bed·nar aph·thae

(bed'nahr af'thē)
Traumatic ulcers located bilaterally on either side of midpalatal raphe in infants.