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This case from Lusine Karapetyan is the first one of the new 2017 competition!
It is a well known syndrome, please try to solve the gastrointestinal anomaly too, otherwise we can not give you your point : (

We wish you a Happy end of the Year!!!!



Philippe, Franti & Federico



News Community on Google  +

This will be a place where you can share with your peers images, cute renderings, pearls, tough cases, ask questions etc.

To join you have to have:
1) posted a case in the web site or
2) solved a Case of the Week and have had your name posted in the Winner's List (any years)
3) rare exceptions will be made for "outsiders" (for instance geneticists, dysmorphologists etc) who have interesting material to share.

You can ask to be included by clicking on the community and asking to join.

I will try to moderate and I do not want any discussion not directly related to prenatal diagnosis or management. Abusers will simply be disconnected.
Please have a picture representing you as your "avatar", "icon" or "image", not the default "boy or girl" drawing, or a cute cat or your kid at the beach.

 Hope you enjoy the new feature!


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DVD- Fetal Echocardiography: Part II: the anomalies ($130), 
Cardiac dissection 

How to diagnose difficult cases ($10)

Pitfalls & Artifacts (free download)    
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Skeletal dysplasia: The Findings ($60)
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