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Journal of Japanese Cleft Palate Association
It has been described that many cleft palate patients have middle ear disease. We have experienced many cleft palate outpatients sufferring from exudative otitis media (otitis media with effusion). Studies have shown that middle ear disease inhibits the growth of temporal bone air cells. In the present study, we investigated the relationship between exudative otitis media in cleft palate patients and the growth of temporal bone air cells. Methods and Subjects : The area of temporal bone airdoi:10.11224/cleftpalate1976.17.1_52 fatcat:c7ywonmkffexnncgnaznmip25i