Mouth examination of new born, Biology

Mouth

  1. Inspect and palpate the lips, gums, tongue, palate and oropharynx.
  2. Rule out cleft lip and palate, size of chin if small and receding it 
  3. shows micrognathia indicative of Pierri Robin's syndrome to be confirmed if associated with small head and pigmi appearance. 
  4. Check for tongue tie and teeth eruption.
  5. Check for Aglossia and hypoglossia, it may be associated with other abnormality.
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