Pediatrics | 6 May 2015
S Chinnadurai, DO Francis, RA Epstein, A Morad, S Kohanim and M McPheeters
Children with ankyloglossia, an abnormally short, thickened, or tight lingual frenulum, may have restricted tongue mobility and sequelae, such as speech and feeding difficulties and social concerns. We systematically reviewed literature on feeding, speech, and social outcomes of treatments for infants and children with ankyloglossia.
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