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1999-10-01-05 Case of the week #10 © Twining

Case #10

October 1-15, 1999

Submitted by Peter Twining, Nottingham, MD, UK

This is an very interesting case for many reasons:

  • Interesting embryology, 
  • Another of those example where a casual look might miss the finding, and finally 
  • One of those rare anomalies where the diagnosis can be obtained mainly through reasoning.

Actually I was very tempted to only include a single image, but since Peter was generous enough to give two images... those who want some additional help can use the image on the right (or bottom depending on your screen resolution)!

Question: What is the name of this condition ?

When you have tried to solve the case on your own (no team work here please !) you can find the Answer here.

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