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Fig. 4 | BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth

Fig. 4

From: Screening for congenital fetal anomalies in low risk pregnancy: the Kenyatta National Hospital experience

Fig. 4

The above images were obtained from a mother age range 35–39 years Gravida 2 who was on follow up due to a suspected anomaly on an earlier scan. Her scan showed a huge disparity between the humeral/femur length and other biometric data. The chest was also relatively small. A diagnosis of probable asphyxiating skeletal dysplasia was made. The findings were confirmed upon delivery. The neonate died shortly after delivery due to respiratory complications

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