Acephaly: further evidence for disruption but not for amniotic bands.


Complete absence of the fetal head in singleton pregnancies is a very rare defect; to our knowledge there are only 7 reported cases. Decapitation by amniotic bands has been considered as the most probable cause. However, in none of the described cases except one were amniotic bands, constriction rings, or other related findings observed, raising the… (More)
DOI: 10.2350/11-12-1132-CR.1


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