Congenital Syngnathia; Turmoils and Tragedy

Yogesh Kumar Sarin, Prince Raj, Mona Arya, Jaspal Singh Dali


Congenital syngnathia is an extremely rare condition with no standardized treatment. We hereby report a case highlighting the difficulties faced in its management and the postoperative complications.


Congenital Syngnathia; Cleft palate

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