By Steven D. Handler, Charles M., III Myer
C. Decker). Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Atlas divided into sections reminiscent of anatomic areas evaluated by means of the pediatric otolaryngologist. For fundamental care physicians. large colour pictures. comprises whole textual content and illustrations on CD-ROM.
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Wee LY, Fisk NM. The twin-twin transfusion syndrome. Semin Neonatol. 2002;7:187–202. 106. Dembinski J, Haverkamp F, Maara H, et al. Neurodevelopmental outcome after intrauterine red cell transfusion for parvovirus B19-induced fetal hydrops. Bjog. 2002;109:1232–1234. 107. van den Wijngaard JP, van Gemert MJ, Lopriore E, et al. Case report: twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome resulting from placental collateral artery development. Placenta. 2008;29:220–223. 108. De Paepe ME, Friedman RM, Poch M, et al.
Clinical presentation: The differential diagnosis of chronic fetal anemia includes blood group incompatibility, parvovirus infection, inherited red blood cell defects, and massive fetomaternal hemorrhage (100–102). Pathology Gross: Placentas with erythroblastosis are often enlarged, pale, and friable on cut section. They mayÂ€have IVT, either as a cause of fetomaternal hemorrhage or as a consequence of increased villous friability. Microscopic: Most villous capillaries contain clusters of normoblasts.
2002;109:1232–1234. 107. van den Wijngaard JP, van Gemert MJ, Lopriore E, et al. Case report: twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome resulting from placental collateral artery development. Placenta. 2008;29:220–223. 108. De Paepe ME, Friedman RM, Poch M, et al. Placental findings after laser ablation of communicating vessels in twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome. Pediatr Dev Pathol. 2004;7:159–165. 2 Congenital Malformation Syndromes nicole A. Cipriani Aliya n. Husain n n INTRODUCTION Gross Examination and Organ Dissection Intact Specimen Fragmented Specimen Radiology Cytogenetics TERMINOLOGY AND DEFINITIONS n CHROMOSOMAL ABNORMALITIES Turner Syndrome Trisomy 21 Trisomy 18 Trisomy 13 n DISRUPTIONS Amniotic Band Sequence n FUSION DEFECTS Conjoined Twins Sirenomelia Failures of Closure n GROWTH DEFECTS Macrosomia/Microsomia/ Organomegaly n DEFORMATIONS Potter Syndrome Potter Sequence and Prune Belly Sequence n ASSOCIATION VATER/VACTERL inTroduCTion There exists a wide array of congenital malformations, and a detailed description of the entire spectrum of anomalies is beyond the scope of this atlas.
Atlas of Ear Nose and Throat Disorders in Children by Steven D. Handler, Charles M., III Myer