My Daughter Has A Uvula That Looks Like An Upside Down Y. Is This Something To Be Concerned About?


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Y shaped uvula also called cleft uvula and bifid uvula or split uvula. It can be due to incomplete fusion of the medial nasal and maxillary processes. This condition can cause swallowing problems, frequent ear infections and speech problems. Bifid uvula can be treated by surgery in certain conditions. So, visit a doctor and discus the possibility of surgery.

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