The smiling face of the iMER team

The smiling face of the iMER team December 21st. 2006

Look what magic can a smiling face and a sensitive soul can make to a patient!

Another testimonial to the iMER team spirit.

C. S. wrote:

“Dear Helen, I would like to thank you for your help given to us, for your kindness and your sweet smile. Anytime you would visit Cyprus don’t hesitate to call at…. “

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Patients’ Stories

Letter from the Shalagin family from Russia Nikita was born with a congenital deformation – a cleft palate (palatoschisis) and a cleft lip (cheiloschisis). This condition occurs during the first six weeks of pregnancy when the development of the face is coordinated by complex morphogenetic events when the primitive tissue lobes grow. If these tissues fail to meet, a gap appears where the tissues should have joined (fused), resulting in a cleft palate or a Tessier cleft, a condition that occurs in one from every
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