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Synonyms for anencephaly

a defect in brain development resulting in small or missing brain hemispheres

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Although anencephaly, trisomy 13, and trisomy 18 were associated with the highest rates of in-hospital death, the largest total numbers of deaths associated with neonatal hospitalizations occurred in infants with diaphragmatic hernia and renal agenesis.
NTDs were classified as: anencephaly (with or without SB), encephalocele (with or without SB), and SB with intact cranium.
aACoe[The doctor] said babies with anencephaly donaACAOt tend to survive birth let alone cord-cutting.
The work, as the researchers said, makes it the second mummified fetus to have been identified with anencephaly as well as the most studied fetal mummy in history.
of Cases (n=1099) Hydrocephalus 10 Anencephaly 11 Gastroschisis 06 CTEV 07 No Anomaly 1065 Table 8.
The association of sirenomelia with anencephaly and rachischisis totalis is extremely rare; only eight cases have been reported in the literature to date [2-4].
Obstetric ultrasounds at 8 and 12 weeks of gestation showed a singleton fetus with no abnormalities; an ultrasound at 15 weeks of gestation demonstrated absence of the cranial vault (exencephaly) with brain tissue loss, including absence of cerebral hemispheres (anencephaly sequence).
Teddy had anencephaly, a rare, fatal condition that prevents the normal development of the brain and the bones of the skull.
It is considered to be an embryological precursor of anencephaly. In exencephaly, there is only a vascular layer of epithelium covering the brain tissue, which is slowly degraded during gestation by the amniotic fluid and degenerates into anencephaly [2].
The main outcome measure was the 14 categories of birth defects that, according to the medical literature, had associations with SSRIs: neural tube defects, anencephaly, all septal defects, ventricular septal defects, right ventricular outflow tract obstructions, cleft palate, cleft lip with or without cleft palate, esophageal atresia, anal atresia, hypospadias, any limb reduction defect, craniosynostosis, gastroschisis, and omphalocele.
Among foetal CNS anomalies are ventriculomegaly (VM) (Figure-1) agenesis of corpus callosum (ACC) holoprosencephaly microcephaly Dandy Walker malformation (DWM) anencephaly (Figure-2) encephalocele and Spina Bifida (SB) (Figure-3).3
HEALTH supplement manufacturers have been given the goahead by the EU to state on their packaging that folic acid can help to reduce the primary risk factor associated with the development of Neural Tube Defects (NTDs) like spina bifida and anencephaly.
Jenna was three months pregnant when she learned he had a fatal condition called anencephaly that leaves the brain unformed.