Apr 1, 1988

Variant of atelosteogenesis? Report of a 20-week fetus

American Journal of Medical Genetics
A J HerzbergW D Bradford

Abstract

We report on a 20-week fetus with manifestations similar, but not identical, to those of atelosteogenesis. The present fetus had rhizomelic micromelia with absence of ossification in the humerus, radius, ulna, and cervical and upper thoracic vertebral bodies; coronal clefts in the ossified thoracic vertebral bodies; and talipes equinovarus. The physes were relatively normal on histologic examination.

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Embryopathies
Maffucci Syndrome
Congenital Clubfoot
Gestational Age
Rhizomelic Syndrome
Dysostoses
Spondyloepiphyseal Dysplasia Tarda, X-Linked

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