Congenital anomalies are commonly associated with 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
But five-month-old Morgan, who suffers from the rare condition exomphalos
, is on the road to recovery.
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.
A third scan detected a large mass of tissue growing externally known as an exomphalos
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.