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The samples utilized to determine the frequency of PP and STB-CLEN (Perez et al., 2013, 2014) were used as control groups to compare the frequencies of PP and STB-CLEN between CLP and non-CLP patients.
Aside from this report and regardless of the statistical significance, the frequency of PP (17.17%) is not uncommon (Perez et al.) or not rare (Elliott & Tanweer) in both CLP and non-CLP patients and, consequently, the presence of a PP should be taken into consideration when planning the approach of any corrective surgery where the cervical extension of the patient is necessary.
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