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Anne Kennedy, MD, BCh
Top 10 Anomalies - Don’t Miss This Show!
Anne Kennedy, MD, BCh
09/06/2015 | Time : 56 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker presents ten fetal anomalies that should never be missed on obstetrical ultrasound. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will better comprehend several obstetrical pathologies including cloacal malformation, abdominal wall defects, such as body stalk anomaly and cloacal exstropy, as well as cerebral anomalies, anomalies specific to twins, cardiac anomalies, and placental anomalies.

Topics mentioned in this video : Persistent cloaca,Fetal anal atresia,Abdominal wall defects,Lower extremities,“Watery” brains,Facial anomalies,Twins,Cardiac anomalies,Placenta accreta,Vasa previa

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Keywords : achondrogenesis, alobar holoprosencephaly, amnionicity, aprosencephaly, atelencephaly, bilateral giant open lip schizencephaly, bladder exstrophy, body stalk anomaly, brainstem, cerebellum, chorionicity, cloacal exstrophy, cloacal malformation, color Doppler, cord knot, descending aorta, falx, fetal anal atresia, four chamber fetal heart, hydranencephaly, hydrocolpos, hypospadias, left atrium, left ventricle, morbidly adherent placenta, obstetrical ultrasound, OI, oligohydramnios, osteogenesis imperfecta, persistent cloaca, placenta accreta, polyhydramnios, proximal focal femoral deficiency, pulmonary atresia, right atrium, right ventricle, situs ambiguous, situs inversus, skeletal dysplasia, TRAP, trisomy 13, trisomy 21, TTTS, twin embolization syndrome, twin reversed arterial perfusion, twin twin transfusion syndrome, umbilical arteries, vasa previa, velamentous cord insertion

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