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• Section 1: Anatomy and Patho-Phsyiology of Cleft Palate
1. Anatomy of Normal Palate
2. Anatomy of Cleft Palate
3. Physiology of Normal Palate
4. Patho-Physiology of Cleft Palate
• Section 2: Classification of Cleft Palate
5. Bifid Uvula,
6. Cleft of 50% of soft palate,
7. Complete cleft of Soft Palate,
8. Incomplete Cleft Palate( involving posterior half of hard palate,
9. Incomplete Cleft Palate involving anterior half of hard palate
10. Bilateral Incomplete Cleft Palate involving anterior half of hard palate
11. Bilateral Complete Cleft Palate
12. Bilateral Asymmetric Cleft Palate
13. Sub Mucous Cleft Palate
14. Wide Cleft Palate
• Section 3: Objectives of Palate Repair
15. Rationale of Cleft Palate Repair
16. Repair of Bifid Uvula
17. Repair of Cleft of 50% of soft palate,
18. Repair of Complete cleft of Soft Palate,
19. Repair of Incomplete Cleft Palate involving anterior half of hard palate
20. Repair of Incomplete Cleft Palate involving posterior half of hard palate
21. Repair of Bilateral Incomplete Cleft Palate
22. Repair of Bilateral Complete Cleft Palate
23. Repair of Bilateral Asymmetric Cleft Palate
24. Repair of Sub-Mucous cleft palate
25. Repair of wide cleft palate
• Section 4: Techniques & Innovations
26. Radical Dissection of Greater Palatine Artery
27. Continuous Running sutures for Palate Repair
28. Methods of Lengthening of Short Palate
• Section 5: Types of Repair
29. Langenbeck Repair
30. Modified Langenbeck Repair. Right incision only
31. Modified Langenbeck Repair. Left Incision only
32. Soft Palate Repair with no lateral incisions
33. Modified Furlow’s Repair
34. Bardach Two Flap Palatoplasty for Unilateral Cleft Palate
35. Vomer Flap for Unilateral Cleft Palate
36. Bardach Two Flap for Bilateral Complete Cleft Palate
37. Pharyngeal Flap during Primary Palate Repair
38. Third Generation Veloplasty
• Section 6: Post Operative Management of Cleft Palate Repair
39. Post-Op Management Protocol
• Section 7: Complications of Cleft Palate Repair
40. Post operative bleeding and Red Code
41. Fistula,
42. Dehiscence
43. Short Palate
44. Velopharyngeal Incompetence
• Section 8: Pakistan Comprehensive Fistula Classification
45. Midline Fistulae
46. Lateral Fistulae
47. SubTotal Fistula
48. Multiple Fistulae (MF)
49. Fistula Adjacent Regions (FAR)
• Section 9: Management of Midline Fistulae
50. Management of M1/M2 Fistula
51. Management of M3 Fistula
52. Management of M4 Fistula
53. Management of M5 Fistula
54. Management of M6 Fistula
• Section 10: Management of Lateral Fistula
55. Management of La Fistula
56. Management of Ra Fistula
57. Management of Lb Fistula
58. Management of Rb Fistula
59. Management of Rc & Lc Fistula
• Section 11: Management of Subtotal Fistulae
60. Subtotal Left Fistula
61. Subtotal Right Fistula
62. Subtotal Bilateral Fistula
• Section 12: Management of Multiple Fistulae
63. Multiple fistulae in Midline
64. Multiple fistulae in Midline & Other locations
• Section 13: Management of FAR (Fistula Adjacent Regions)
65. Management of FAR: M2-M3
66. Management of FAR: M2-M3-M4
67. Management of FAR: M2-M3-M4-M5
• Sections 14: Difficult to Repair Secondary Palate Patients
68. Lengthening Anterior Palate by Unfolding of Distal Portion of Mucoperiosteal Flap in Anterior Fistula
69. Management of patient with no pedicle during Palate Revision
• Sections 15: Speech Therapy
70. Speech scoring system
71. Speech therapy protocol after palate repair

Globally there is a burden of approximately 1, 70,000 new cases of cleft lip and palate every year, yet there is no single comprehensive resource on this problem. This surgical atlas fills the gap in the knowledge of appropriately handling cleft palate cases; from Primary repair to management of palatal fistula. This pictorial resource has been compiled and edited by an expert who operates one of the highest cleft lip and palate correction programs in the world and his team has performed more than 44,000 surgeries, restoring Smile and good speech to thousands of patients across the globe. It covers all variants and different types of cleft palate cases, including both primary cases as well as in previously operated cases. It starts with an in-depth elaboration on anatomy, physiology, and pathology of the (normal) palate and cleft palate, moving towards classification and identification of different types of palatal fistula and their management with the help of clear flow charts and simple algorithms, enabling better diagnosis and decision making. With over 1500 high definition colored images and hand-drawn sketches, this atlas provides a detailed description of diagnosis, problems and the management of each and every type of cleft palate and palatal fistulae. . The underlying objective of such surgeries is to best restore a barrier between the nasal and oral cavities. and better speech production, which is highlighted amply in each chapter.
This atlas is a valuable resource for all plastic surgeons, pediatric surgeons, maxillofacial surgeons, ENT surgeons and other medical professionals involved in cleft lip and palate surgeries.

Dr. Ghulam Qadir Fayyaz M.B.BS, M.S (Plastic surgery) graduated from Punjab Medical College, Faisalabad in 1983. He is currently working as a chief Plastic Surgeon at CLAPP Hospital, Lahore Pakistan. He has worked as former professor & head of the department of plastic surgery at Services Institute of Medical Sciences, Lahore. Dr. Fayyaz is the founder general secretary of CLAPP (Cleft Lip & Palate Association of Pakistan). He operates one of the highest cleft lip and palate correction programs in the world and his team has performed more than 42,000 cleft surgeries since 2003. He is also the life member, former president of Pakistan Association of Plastic Surgeons (PAPS 2020-22) and currently he is the chairman board of trustees of PAPS. He is the most sought international volunteer for free cleft lip & palate surgeries for Operation Smile International. Dr. Fayyaz is a well-recognized cleft surgeon across the globe and frequently performs cleft surgeries in high incidence countries such as Rwanda, Philippine, Mexico, Paraguay, Egypt, Malawi Ecuador and Morocco