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Anne Kennedy, MD, BCh
Prenatal Diagnosis of Skeletal Dysplasias
Anne Kennedy, MD, BCh
06/18/2017 | Time : 25 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses the spectrum of fetal skeletal dysplasias. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to discuss the importance of the fetal femur to foot ratio, abdominal circumference and chest circumference in diagnosing fetal skeletal dysplasia, list the five lethal skeletal dysplasias and recognize the difference between thanatophoric dysplasia Types I and II.

Topics mentioned in this video : Femur, Achondroplasia, Lethal skeletal dysplasias, Looking for fetal fractures, Fetal spine, Thanatophoric dysplasia, Chest size, Hypophosphatasia

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Keywords : abdominal circumference, AC, achondrogenesis, achondroplasia, amniotic bands, biparietal diameter, BPD, chest circumference, clover leaf skull, demineralization, femoral diaphysis, femur to foot ratio, fetal dysplasia, fetal femur length, fetal fibula, fetal frontal bossing, fetal hydrops, fetal ossification, fetal thorax, fetal tibia, FL, GA, gestational age, hypophosphatasia, limb reduction defect, lumbar kyphosis, micromelia, obstetrical ultrasound, OI, osteogenesis imperfecta, platyspondyly, proximal femoral diaphyseal-metaphyseal angle, short rib polydactyly, thanatophoric dysplasia

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