secondary palate

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palate

 [pal´at]
the roof of the mouth. The hard palate is the front portion braced by the upper jaw bones (maxillae); it has a bony framework and forms the partition between the mouth and the nose. The soft palate is the fleshy part arching downward from the hard palate to the throat; it separates the mouth and the pharynx. When a person swallows, the rear of the soft palate swings up against the back of the pharynx and blocks the passage of food and air to the nose. A fleshy lobe called the uvula hangs from the middle of the soft palate. adj., adj pal´atal.
cleft palate see cleft lip and cleft palate.
premaxillary palate (primary palate) that portion of the palate that was the median nasal process during early development.
secondary palate that portion of the palate that was the lateral nasal processes during early development.

sec·on·dar·y pal·ate

the portion of the embryonic palate, posterior to the primary palate that forms from the lateral palatine processes of the embryonic maxilla and develops into the hard and soft palates.

sec·on·dar·y pal·ate

(sek'ŏn-dar-ē pal'ăt)
Portion of embryonic palate, posterior to the primary palate that forms from lateral palatine processes of embryonic maxilla and develops into hard and soft palates.

sec·on·dar·y pal·ate

(sek'ŏn-dar-ē pal'ăt)
Portion of embryonic palate, posterior to primary palate that forms from lateral palatine processes of the embryonic maxilla.
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6) Other craniofacial features are retrognathia, blue sclerae, highly arched palate and dental crowding.
found repeatedly in the royal family, not only clinical features of LDS, but also scoliosis, club foot, incisional hernia, cleft palate, retrognathism, dental crowding and highly arched palate.
Other symptoms can include a chest that sinks in or sticks out, flat feet, highly arched palate and crowded teeth, joints that are too flexible, learning disability, movement of the lens of the eye from its normal position, nearsightedness, small lower jaw (micrognathia), a spine that curves to one side and a thin, narrow face.
6) Other features of Beals syndrome include osteopenia, narrow elongated body habitus, pectus excavatum or cavinatum, muscular hypoplasia, micrognathia, and highly arched palate.

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