2020
DOI: 10.1016/j.jped.2018.12.013
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Evaluation of the lingual frenulum in newborns using two protocols and its association with breastfeeding

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“…A study conducted in Canada revealed that the ankyloglossia incidence rates increased from 6.86 per 1,000 live births in 2002 to 22.6 per 1,000 live births in 2014 -when the maternities began examining the frenulum (26) . A study carried out in Spain revealed that the estimated ankyloglossia prevalence in the region was two to three times lower than what was found after diagnosing it with a standardized instrument (Hazelbaker) (15) . A similar result was found in a study conducted in Thailand after using a standardized diagnostic protocol (Kotlow's assessment) (8) .…”
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“…A study conducted in Canada revealed that the ankyloglossia incidence rates increased from 6.86 per 1,000 live births in 2002 to 22.6 per 1,000 live births in 2014 -when the maternities began examining the frenulum (26) . A study carried out in Spain revealed that the estimated ankyloglossia prevalence in the region was two to three times lower than what was found after diagnosing it with a standardized instrument (Hazelbaker) (15) . A similar result was found in a study conducted in Thailand after using a standardized diagnostic protocol (Kotlow's assessment) (8) .…”
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confidence: 84%
“…Breastfeeding is one of the main health promotion practices, especially in less developed countries, which have low socioeconomic and human development indices. As a consequence, inadequate feeding and inefficient basic hygiene are still great causes of child mortality, particularly in the first year of life (15) .…”
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“…Although only a few studies have used standardized criteria to diagnose ankyloglossia 10,14,19,20,36 , it was noted that authors, in general, found some relationship between the alteration and breastfeeding difficulties 14,19,20,21,23,[34][35][36] . In two studies conducted in Brazil, there was a relationship between breastfeeding difficulty complaints and the alteration in the frenulum.…”
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“…Restricted tongue movement can have implications for oral hygiene, predisposing to dental caries, as well as speech disorders, and bullying in childhood and adolescence, with consequential social and developmental problems. Regarding the newborn, ankyloglossia is a controversial issue within and among medical specialties and multidisciplinary teams, when the nature of its interference in breastfeeding is discussed, as well as the most indicated treatment 2,[19][20][21][22][23] .…”
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