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The vermilion border of neonatal lips

, : The vermilion border of neonatal lips. Journal of Pedodontics 11(2): 158-163

The lips of 44 neonates were examined clinically and 9 histologically. This study failed to identify labial villi reported in the German literature and a possible explanation for this finding is offered. The vermiklion border of all lips could be divided into two zones, the innermost of which showed histological features similar to leukoedema. The term "sucking pad" is proposed for the description of this zone.

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