Pedro Navarro-Ramírez

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A female infant is presented in whom anomalies not commonly seen in amniotic band syndrome (ABS) included non-anatomic lumbopedal union by a skin pedicle, anorectal malformation, meningocele, vertebral segmentation defects, longitudinal limb defects, vestigial feet and skin papillae. The unusual, non-band related malformations in the proposita showed(More)
The endoparasitic twin is the most common form of asymmetric fetal duplication (heteropagus). A 2-month-old girl who had a parasitic right lower limb with axial skeleton, vertebral column, uterus, fallopian tube, ovary, and bladder implanted in the sternum region is described as another example of exoparasitic twin, the uncommon form of heteropagus.(More)
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