Is the submucosal cleft hard to be diagnosed – what are the symptoms?


The submucosal cleft is not hard to determine, but one has to know how to do it. If there is a problem with the speech, unclear to the laryngologist, then the child should be sent to a specialist facility in order to the right diagnosis to be set and the incorrect position of the muscles to be corrected. Then the child learns to speak almost instantly and does not have any problems at school.

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