A 23-year-old G3P2 was referred to our clinic due to suspected multiple fetal anomalies at 23 weeks of gestation. Personal and family histories were unremarkable. There were no consangenious marriage and no drug use. We found oligohydroamnios and the following sonographic features. Conventional amniocentesis and G-karyotyping revealed normal findings. What is the diagnosis ?
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