Both the fetuses, birthed by vaginal delivery, were stillborn, with the first twin weighing 600 g, the acardiac
twin weighing 375 g, and the placenta weighing 450 g (Figure 1).
twinning (twin reversed arterial perfusion sequence): A review of prenatal management.
(9,10) The presence of abnormal vascular communications may also cause limb reduction defects and the rare acardiac
Color doppler ultra sonography in the identification of communicating vessels in twin-twin transfusion syndrome and acardiac
The egg just split, and the diagnosis was acardiac
Keith died of acardiac
arrest, and his last act had been to call out Lesley's name.
TRAP Sequence, frequently referred to as acardiac
twin syndrome, is a rare complication of monochorionic twin gestation with an incidence of 1/30000-1/35000 deliveries or 1% of all monochorionic pregnancies .
surgeon who inserted a heart valve the wrong way round has told his patient's inquest that stitches snapped at a crucial time.
Foetus in foetu and acardiac
monster: can the similar patterns of these two malformations be explained by a common morphological mechanism?
A note was left on an ambulance threatening to "smash" the vehicle after paramedics rushed to the aid of acardiac
The other complications inherent to twinning are discordant growth of twin, twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome, acardiac
twins, death of one foetus in utero, and congenital anomalies.
twin or TRAP sequence is a rare complication of monochorionic twin pregnancies.1 Multiple pregnancy accounts for 1.5% of all pregnancies, acardiac
twin incidence is 1 per 35,000 birth among 1% of monozygotic twins.
A presumptive diagnosis of acardiac
twin was made and she was sent for expert opinion scan which showed--Diamniotic Monochorionic twin gestation.