Fetal hydrocephalus associated with maternal neurofibromatosis.

Abstract

Neurofibromatosis (NF), an autosomal dominant inherited disorder affecting multiple organ systems, is rare among pregnant women. NF in pregnancy has been reported to be complicated by maternal hypertension, fetal intrauterine growth retardation and fetal wastage. A case of pregnancy associated with neurofibromatosis, complicated by pregnancy aggravated chronic hypertension, asymmetric intrauterine growth retardation and fetal hydrocephalus is described. Possible interrelations between those pathologies are discussed.

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@article{Neuman1992FetalHA, title={Fetal hydrocephalus associated with maternal neurofibromatosis.}, author={Menahem Neuman and Uzi Beller and Raphael Boldes and Paul Schreyer and Ian Bukovsky and Eliahu Caspi}, journal={Journal of perinatal medicine}, year={1992}, volume={20 5}, pages={397-9} }