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Bilateral Ectrodactyly as an Isolated Deformity in a Chromosomally Normal Fetus with an Increased Nuchal Translucency Thickness



Objective: Finding a bilateral ectrodactyly in association with an increased fetal nuchal translucency, with normal karyotype and genetic studies, binds to do an exhaustive study of all structural fetal anomalies, because although cardiac anomalies are the most frequent, isolated bilateral ectrodactyly can be found.

15 Jun, 2016
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e-Published: 29 Jun, 2016


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