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Psychosocial aspects of the cleft palate problem

D. C. Spriestersbach

Psychosocial aspects of the cleft palate problem

by D. C. Spriestersbach

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Published by University of Iowa Press in Iowa City .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cleft palate -- Psychological aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statement[by] D. C. Spriestersbach.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13582400M
    OCLC/WorldCa10790871

      Cleft lip and palate (CLP) is the most common congenital deformity of the orofacial. Clefts are thought to be of multifactorial etiology due to genetic and environmental factors. Different dental abnormalities are usually seen in cleft patients, including midface deficiency, collapsed dental arches, malformation of teeth, hypodontia, and supernumerary teeth. Cleft Lip And Or Palate: Psychosocial Impact On Children And Their Families Childhood serves as an important developmental stage for a human beingespecially in context of en left out of the socialization process or children who perceive socialization as negative may grow up to become troubled adults. Visible disfiguration of the face or body may serve to exacerbate a child.

    Psychosocial research into cleft lip and/or palate and craniofacial conditions has historically employed a “medical model” of research that sought to clarify whether patients experienced psychopathology as a consequence of the birth defect. Click here to read "Long-Term Effect of Multiple Operations on Psychosocial Function in Teenage Cleft Lip and Palate Patients." DOI: /PRS

    psychosocial effects of cleft lip and palate: a systematic review. Eur J Orthodont 27(3): 6. Berger ZE, Dalton LJ () Coping with cleft II: factors associated with psychosocial adjustment of adolescents with cleft lip and palate and their parents. Cleft Palate Craniofac J 48(1): 7. Psychosocial issues. Having a cleft palate does not inevitably lead to a psychosocial problem. Most children who have their cleft lips repaired early have a happy youth and a healthy social life. However, it is important to remember that adolescents with cleft palate are at an elevated risk for developing psychosocial problems especially those.


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Psychosocial aspects of the cleft palate problem by D. C. Spriestersbach Download PDF EPUB FB2

Identifying the common psychosocial factors related to cleft lip and palate remains a major challenge. Extensive research data does suggest that psychological and psychosocial factors have an effect on behavior, but there is limited evidence to suggest that individuals experience psychosocial problems as a result of cleft lip and by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Spriestersbach, D.C.

Psychosocial aspects of the "cleft palate problem". Iowa City, University of Iowa Press [ Additional Physical Format: Online version: Spriestersbach, D. Psychosocial aspects of the "cleft palate problem" Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, [].

A few differences between cleft types have been found in relation to self-concept, satisfaction with facial appearance, depression, attachment, learning problems, and interpersonal relationships. With a few exceptions, the age of the individual with CLP does not appear to influence the occurrence or severity of psychosocial by: Psychological aspects of cleft lip and palate Incidence of psychosocial problems There appear to be no guidelines as to the level of psychosocial problems in CLP affected indi­.

Objective To determine the psychosocial adjustment of children born with a cleft lip and/or palate (CL/P). Design Longitudinal analyses of psychosocial outcomes and cross-sectional comparison with. Cleft lip and cleft palate, also known as orofacial cleft, is a group of conditions that includes cleft lip, cleft palate, and both together.

A cleft lip contains an opening in the upper lip that may extend into the nose. The opening may be on one side, both sides, or in the middle. A cleft palate occurs when the roof of the mouth contains an opening into the nose.

To maximize the chances of a positive outcome in the care of cleft affected individuals, CLP patients who are concerned about their appearance or who experience psychosocial problems need to be identified by cleft.

The psychosocial challenges of adolescents and teens with a cleft lip and cleft palate can be a factor affecting their self-esteem and how they engage in social relationships, as well as adjustment to adulthood and how they perceive themselves as adults.

Studies involving adolescents and teens affected by cleft lips or palates reveal that many. Cleft Lip and Palate, Psychosocial, Literature Review Background occurring congenital conditions, with a global esti Received: Novem Revised: Decem Accepted: January 2, also be given to the emotional and psychosocial imp Psychosocial Impacts of Cleft: A.

"This new text provides a broad discourse on the basic and clinical sciences that are essential to the understanding, diagnosis, and management of cleft lip and palate. This second edition features chapters on advocacy and social work, a reflection of the unmistakable truth that every cleft-affected individual is not simply a patient but also.

Comprehensive Cleft Care: Family Edition - Ebookgroup Version: PDF/EPUB. If you need EPUB and MOBI Version, please send me a message (Click message us icon at the right corner) Compatible Devices: Can be read on any devices (Kindle, NOOK, Android/IOS devices, Windows, MAC) Quality: High Quality.

No missing contents. Printable. This study focused on the psychosocial aspects of cleft lip and/or palate on maternal emotional reactions and the family, with emphasis on the effect on the maternal-infant bond.

Interviews were conducted with 40 mothers of 1-year-old infants with non-syndromic cleft lip and/or palate. The interviews were analyzed using the phenomenological method, which is explained. This study focused on the psychosocial aspects of cleft lip and/or palate on maternal emotional reactions and the family, with emphasis on the effect on the maternal-infant bond.

Interviews were conducted with 40 mothers of 1-year-old infants with non-syndromic cleft lip and/or palate. 7. Grantly H, Clifford E: Cognitive. self-concept, Cleft palate This investigation was supported in part by grants from the National Institute of Health (De) and Maternal and Child Health Service, Department of Health and Human Services.

and body image measures 01 normal, cleft palate. and obese adolescents. Cleft Palate J8. Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Conditions is the marketing leading title for the graduate course on craniofacial conditions and cleft palate or as a sourcebook for health care professionals. It is designed to be a how-to guide as well as a source of didactic and theoretical information.

Cleft Lip And / Or Palate: Psychosocial Impact On Children And Their Families Childhood serves as an important developmental stage for a human being especially in context of socialization.

Children left out of the socialization process or children who perceive socialization as negative may grow up to become troubled adults. This page book represents a monumental study, with a plethora of data—both factual and "personal"—of the "life and times" of the child-family "syndrome" of cleft lip and palate, from birth to 16 years.

Clinical families and "control" families of child-parent combinations each were studied. THE CLEFT PALATE PROBLEM Psychosocial Aspects of Cleft and Education Anticipating the birth of a baby is always an exciting event, though there may be mixed feelings The majority of expectant parents are believed to have some anxieties during the period of pregnancy over the possibility that the baby may not be normal in some way.

Cleft Lip and Palate Primary Repair introduces the main approaches to cleft lip and palate repaired, including the principles of design, skills and case analysis. Presenting a collection of advanced theories and techniques in this field, richly illustrated and with video clips of the respective operations, it is intended for plastic surgeons.

A follow-up study of 96 young adults born with a cleft lip and/or cleft palate was conducted to determine their present psychosocial adjustment and to evaluate the services offered to them. Medical histories were obtained from hospital charts.Dr. Kummer's Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Anomalies: Effects on Speech and Resonance provides comprehensive coverage of a complex subject in a logical progression of learning in which each chapter builds on information from the previous chapter.

This is the only text of its kind that covers both oral and facial anomalies in addition to cleft lip and palate.Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Anomalies: Effects on Speech and Resonance is the only book of its kind that covers both oral and facial anomalies and cleft palate. Designed as a how-to guide for the practicing clinician, this book emphasizes what students, clinicians new to this population, and any member of a cleft palate team need to know in.