Rule of thumb criteria for tongue-lip adhesion in Pierre Robin anomalad

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
R W Parsons, D J Smith

Abstract

Rule of thumb criteria for tongue-lip adhesion in the Pierre Robin anomalad have been formulated on the basis of a review of 38 cases. Babies with this anomalad who do not show a progressive gain in strength and weight after 7 days of nonoperative intensive care or who cannot be successfully extubated after 3 days should have a tongue-lip adhesion as the next step in conservative management.

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