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an umbilical hernia at birth in which some abdominal organs push into the umbilical cord

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Congenital anomalies are commonly associated with exomphalos minor.
Exomphalos and gastroschisis are common congenital anterior abdominal wall defects.
Davina's daughter Eris was born on February 1 last year with a condition called exomphalos.
The baby girl is suffering from a birth defect called exomphalos major, in which the infant's intestine or other abdominal organs stick out of the navel, according to a doctor at the government- run Patna Medical College and Hospital ( PMCH) here.
6 Pathology Exomphalos minor Gastroschisis (large) Surgery Primary closure Primary closure Surgical incision 1.
Ultrasound placental cysts associated with massive placental stem villous hydrops, diploid DNA content, and exomphalos.
There is a definite association of PMD with BWS, which is characterized by macrosomia, exomphalos, macroglossia, omphalocele, and internal visceromegaly in addition to placentomegaly and increased susceptibility to childhood tumors.
Locum Emmanuel Towuaghanste - known as Mr Towu - took the decision within hours of Paul's arrival at the hospital on October 21 to operate on a defect known as an exomphalos major, rather than wait to find out more.
Paul was born with a rare defect known as exomphalos major - a weakness in the abdominal wall whereby the umbilical cord joins the body.
5 kg was admitted due to Congenital intestinal fistula with meckel's diverticulum in exomphalos minor and posted for corrective surgery.
Piper, from King's Lynn, Norfolk, suffers from bladder exstrophy - which occurs in one in 40,000 births - and exomphalos which means her abdominal wall did not form properly in the womb, and affects one in 2,500 babies.
Theo was born with the rare but treatable condition, exomphalos, meaning his abdomen and liver were growing outside his body.
Little fighter Euan is one of only a handful of babies born with Exomphalos - to survive past birth.