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Fibular aplasia‐tibial campomelia‐oligosyndactyly also known as FATCO syndrome is a rare condition characterized by fibular aplasia, shortening and anterior bowing of the lower limb at the tibia with overlying soft tissue dimpling and oligosyndactyly. Its etiology is currently unknown, but there...
Although gastrointestinal polyps are a common disease, appendiceal orifice polyps are rare and usually found incidentally during autopsy or surgery. Data on the sonographic features of appendiceal orifice polyps in children are limited. We describe the sonographic features of appendiceal orifice...
Characteristic phenotypic features of 16p13.3 microduplication include impaired mental development, arthrogryposis‐like musculoskeletal anomalies (club‐feet, congenital hip dislocation, and camptodactyly of fingers and toes), facial dysmorphology, and at times congenital cardiac disease. Most of...
Placental abruption occurs clinically in approximately 1% of births although placental pathology assessment suggests a higher incidence. Ultrasound rarely plays a role in the diagnosis or clinical management of patients with suspected placental abruption. A patient with an incidental sonographic...
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