Exencephaly in human fetuses.

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In some anencephalic fetuses exposed neural tissue mass of varied size can be demonstrated. This is known as exencephaly. The authors diagnosed by ultrasound 10 typical exencephalic cases prenatally between 14 and 21 weeks of gestation. Nine singular pregnancies were terminated and in the twin pregnancy a selective feticide of the exencephalic co-twin was… (More)

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@article{Papp1986ExencephalyIH, title={Exencephaly in human fetuses.}, author={Zolt{\'a}n Papp and K Cs{\'e}csei and Zolt{\'a}n T{\'o}th and Katalin Polg{\'a}r and Gy{\"o}rgy Tam{\'a}s Szeifert}, journal={Clinical genetics}, year={1986}, volume={30 5}, pages={440-4} }