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Overview of attention for article published in The Cleft Palate - Craniofacial Journal, January 2018
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Title
What We Do
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The Cleft Palate - Craniofacial Journal, January 2018
DOI 10.1177/1055665617748723
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Thessa R. Friebel, Paul Morris, Guy Thorburn

Abstract

The Hynes pharyngoplasty is the second most often performed procedure for velopharyngeal insufficiency in the United Kingdom and Ireland. A crucial step of the procedure is reliable fixation of the flaps onto the posterior pharynx wall. We prefer to fix the flaps to the prevertebral fascia. By using a manually straightened needle and a skin hook, in our hands, placement of this stitch can be made easier and faster.

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