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Magen-Darm-Trakt

  • R. Grantzow
  • S. Koletzko
  • H. von Voss
  • D. H. Shmerling
  • K.-L. Waag

Zusammenfassung

Spaltbildungen des Mundes und des Gesichts gehören zu den ältesten überlieferten Fehlbildungen aus vielen Kulturkreisen der Erde. Teils wurden sie als Ausdruck göttlicher Zuneigung, teils als Zeichen ihres Zorns gesehen und waren somit häufig Gegenstand mythologischen Gedankenguts. Handlungsbedarf besteht einerseits im funktionellen Bereich; andererseits steht, bedingt durch ihre exponierte Lage, häufig die ästhetische Problematik im Vordergrund. Dabei ist zu bedenken, daß Kinder ab dem 3. Lebensjahr sehr wohl bereits ihr eigenes Äußeres beurteilen und mit dem anderer Kinder vergleichen können. Spätestens ab diesem Zeitpunkt sollten daher sämtliche ästhetisch gravierenden Veränderungen weitgehend korrigiert sein, um sekundäre psychische Alterationen zu vermeiden.

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  • R. Grantzow
  • S. Koletzko
  • H. von Voss
  • D. H. Shmerling
  • K.-L. Waag

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