Syndromes associated with Ankyloglossia

Ankyloglossia can be a part of certain syndromes such as X-linked cleft palate (OMIM 303400) and van der Woude syndrome (OMIM 119300), Opitz syndrome and Kindler syndrome. Ankyloglossia is commonly seen as an isolated finding in an otherwise normal child. The incidence of ankyloglossia in various reports ranges from 0.02% to as high as 4.8% of term newborn.

Resources:

Untying the Tongue Tie: A case report https://doi.org/10.18320/JIMD/201704.0372

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