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Morphological Analysis of the Cleft Palate in Dogs (Canis lupus familiaris)
Journal of Health Science
The cleft palate is a defect of longitudinal fusion that affects the bone and the mucosa in the midline of the hard palate. This defect in the fusion of the palatal lateral shelves from the maxillary processes results in an open cleft between the oral and nasal cavities, also known as secondary palatine cleft. The objective of this work is to report the morphological characteristics of palatine clefts observed in stillborn dogs and neonates submitted to euthanasia. Six dogs were evaluated, fromdoi:10.17265/2328-7136/2018.06.005 fatcat:ku576m3o2vbhxnqdo24detslwa