Poland syndrome, 13 weeks

Moshe Bronshtein

Haifa, Israel.

Case reports

Following images and videos show Poland syndrome seen in a fetus at 13 weeks of gestation.

Images 1, 2, video 1: The images shows unilateral syndactyly and hypoplastic fingers of the left hand (red arrow) and normal right hand (white arrow).

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Images 3-6, video 2: The images shows unilateral syndactyly and hypoplastic fingers of the left hand (red arrow) and normal right hand (white arrow).

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Images 7, 8: The images shows transverse scans of the fetal chest with hypoplastic left pectoral muscle (depicted in red on the image 8) and normal right pectoral muscle (green color on the image 8).

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