Prenatal features of genu recurvatum and genu flexum.

@article{Barber2009PrenatalFO,
  title={Prenatal features of genu recurvatum and genu flexum.},
  author={Miguel A. Barber and Idoya Equiluz and Walter Plasencia and Elena Cort{\'e}s and Jose Alexander Garcia},
  journal={International journal of gynaecology and obstetrics: the official organ of the International Federation of Gynaecology and Obstetrics},
  year={2009},
  volume={105 3},
  pages={
          267-8
        }
}
10q25–q26, are also reported [4]. The main differential diagnosis includes syndromes characterized by craniosynostosis. The prognosis depends on the severity of associated anomalies, mainly on the severity of the central nervous system compromise. Type 1 is categorized by craniosynostosis, broad thumbs, syndactyly, and normal intelligence compatible with life. Type 2 is categorized by cloverleaf skull, ocular proptosis, broad thumbs, visceral anomalies, and severe neurologic compromise. Type 3… CONTINUE READING

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