volume 41, issue 1, Pe1-e4 2013
DOI: 10.1016/j.jcms.2012.07.002
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B. Bianchi, A. Ferri, B. Brevi, A. Di Blasio, C. Copelli, C. Di Blasio, A. Barbot, T. Ferri, E. Sesenna

Abstract: Moebius syndrome is a rare disorder found in approximately 1/100,000 neonates and the treatment of facial palsy is now well established worldwide and consists of free-muscle transplants reinnervated with motor nerves. Dentofacial deformities are often detected in Moebius patients, and different degrees of micrognathia are often present, particularly in patients with complete expressions of Moebius syndrome. However only two published reports have described the surgical treatment of such anomalies in these pati…

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