2004-03-29-11 Limb-body-wall complex © Serrano www.thefetus.net/
Meyer Serrano R, MD
A 17-years-old patient, with no remarkable antecedents that presented at 24 week for a routine examination.
Figure1: Membranes in the posterior neck simulating a cystic hygroma.
Figure 2: Kyphoscoliosis
Figure 3: Clubfoot
Figure 4: Sagittal section showing defect of the anterior abdominal wall with protrusion of the liver.
Figure 5: Short umbilical cord. Single umbilical artery
Figure 6: Short umbilical cord added to membranes and meningocele
Figure 7: X-ray of the baby