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Etiology, prognosis and management of nuchal cystic hygroma: 25 new cases and literature review.
OBJECTIVE To develop an algorithm for the prenatal management of patients when a cystic hygroma is diagnosed by ultrasonography. METHODS We report a personal series of 25 cases diagnosed between 10Expand
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Chromosomal defects and associated malformations in fetal cleft lip with or without cleft palate.
OBJECTIVE To describe the incidence, associated features including chromosomal defects in fetuses, with cleft lip and/or palate and assess the need for karyotyping. METHODS Retrospective study ofExpand
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Prenatal diagnosis of trisomy 8 mosaicism in cvs after abnormal ultrasound findings at 12 weeks
We describe a case of trisomy 8 mosaicism in which fetal chromosome analysis was prompted by ultrasound abnormalities, i.e., hygroma colli and dilatation of the renal pelves. Chorionic villusExpand
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[Problems posed by the diagnosis and prenatal management of facial clefts].
OBJECTIVE To identify the difficulties in relation to prenatal diagnosis of cleft lip and/or palate. To provide useful clue to the clinician in order to evaluate prognosis and for prenatal managementExpand
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[Cerebral lesions observed in a twin after the in utero death of the other twin. Fetal anoxia-ischemia can be the possible mechanism (3 cases)].
BACKGROUND The death of one twin in utero may result in visceral lesions, of possible vascular origin, in the surviving twin when the pregnancy is monochorionic and diamniotic. CASES REPORT Case n.Expand
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[Doppler examination of the umbilical arteries. Its role in the surveillance of pregnancy].
Pregnancies with a high risk of fetal growth retardation are at present watched by using clinical observations and biological parameters including ultrasound and estimation of the fetal heart rate.Expand
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Prenatal ultrasonographic diagnosis of the popliteal pterygium syndrome
The prenatal ultrasound identification of a cleft lip and palate, equinovarus feet with severe lower limb malposition and genital abnormalities led to the prenatal diagnosis of popliteal pterygiumExpand
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Problèmes posés par le diagnostic et la prise en charge prénatale des fentes faciales
Objectifs : Preciser les difficultes relatives au diagnostic prenatal des fentes labiales et/ou palatines. Donner au clinicien les elements indispensables a la prise charge de cette anomalie en coursExpand
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[Fetal cerebral accident due to massive fetomaternal hemorrhage. A case report].
Massive fetomaternal haemorrhage (FMH) occurs in 0.12 to 0.5% of pregnancies. It is most often spontaneous and involves uncomplicated near-term pregnancies. It causes fetal anaemia, with or withoutExpand
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Prenatal diagnosis of trisomy 21 by i(21q): a rare case of fetoplacental chromosomal discrepancy
A study was conducted to explain the mechanism of an unusual discrepancy between short‐ and long‐term culture examination methods of chorionic villus sampling (CVS).
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