Radial aplasia, bilateral, 12-21 weeks

F Cuillier; D Mardamootoo


Department of Gynecology, FĂ©lix Guyon’Hospital, 97400 Saint-Denis, Ile de la RĂ©union, France.
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Images 3, 4: 14 weeks of pregnancy; the image 3 shows amniotic band attached to fetal hand; the image 4 shows radial deviation of left fetal hand due to radial aplasia.

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Images 5, 6: 17 weeks of pregnancy; the images show radial deviation of fetal hands caused by the radial aplasia.

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Images 7, 8: 19 weeks of pregnancy; the images show radial deviation of fetal hands caused by the radial aplasia.

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Images 9, 10: 21 weeks of pregnancy; the images show radial deviation of fetal hands caused by the radial aplasia.

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Images 11, 12: 21 weeks of pregnancy; the images show normal fetal heart (Image 11) and hyperechoic kidneys (Image 12) of the fetus.

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Image 13: Postnatal radiogram of the newborn confirming bilateral radial aplasia.

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