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congenital absence of the heart (as in the development of some monsters)

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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).
Acardiac twinning (twin reversed arterial perfusion sequence): A review of prenatal management.
Color doppler ultra sonography in the identification of communicating vessels in twin-twin transfusion syndrome and acardiac twins.
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 [1].
ACARDIAC 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?
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.
Acardiac 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.