Cleft palate and cleft lip

  Cleft palate (Q35.5)

Fissure of the palate, which can affect the soft and hard palate, or only the soft palate. [1]

Cleft Palate Cleft Palate
  Cleft lip, bilateral (Q36.0)

Partial or complete bilateral fissure of the upper lip that may be associated with a cleft of the gum. [2]

Cleft lip bilateral Cleft lip bilateral
  Cleft lip, specified as unilateral (Q36.9, Q36.90)

Partial or complete unilateral fissure of the upper lip that may be associated with a cleft of the gum. [1, 3]

Cleft lip specified as unilateral Cleft lip specified as unilateral Cleft lip specified as unilateral
  Cleft hard palate with bilateral cleft lip (Q37.0)

Partial or complete bilateral fissure of the upper lip, associated with a fissure of the palate. [4]

bilateral cleft lip (Q37.0)
  Cleft hard palate with cleft lip, specified as unilateral (Q37.10 )

Partial or complete unilateral fissure of the upper lip, associated with a fissure of the palate. [2]

Cleft hard palate with cleft lip, specified as unilateral (Q37.10)

 

  1. Photograph source: courtesy of CDC-Beijing Medical University collaborative project.
  2. Photograph source: courtesy of Pedro Santiago, DMD and Miguel Yáñez, MD, FACS, USA.
  3. Photographs sources: courtesy of Jaime Frías, MD, USA.
  4. Photograph source: courtesy of Estudio Colaborativo Latino Americano de Malformaciones Congénitas (ECLAMC).

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