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Summer Sono 2011

QuestionAnswer
CLEFT LIP THE MOST COMMON FACIAL ANOMALY
CYSTIC HYGROMA MOST COMMON NECK ANOMALY
CRANIOSYNOSTOSIS PREMATURE OSSIFICATION OF SUTURES OF THE HEAD
HEMIFACIAL MICROSOMIA ONE SIDE OF FACE IS SMALL AND EAR SET LOW
MANDIBLE LARGE U SHAPE BONE CONSTITUTING THE LOWER JAW, CONTAINS LOWER TEETH
MECKEL GRUBER SYNDROME LETHAL CONDITION ASSO W ENCEPHALOCELE
MEDIAN CLEFT FACE WIDE SEPARATION OF NASAL ELEMENTS, POSSIBLE CLEFTING
MICROGNATHIA SMALL CHIN / MANDIBLE
OTOCEPHALY ABSENT MANDIBLE EARS CLOSE TOGETHER ANT TOWARD NECK
5 WEEKS THE CNS BEGINS TO FORM
6 WEEKS THE SUPERIOR PORTION OF THE FETUS ELONGATES TO FORM THE BRAIN.
10-11 WEEKS MINERALIZATION OF THE BONES
18 WEEKS CEREBELLAR VERMIS DEVELOPS
18-20 WEEKS CORPUS CALLOSUM DEVELOPS
7 WK LIMB BUDS DEVELOP
8 WK OSTEOGENESIS BEGINS IN CLAVICLE & MANDIBLE
11-12 WKS PRIMARY OSSIFICATION CENTERS OF LONG BONES ARE IDENTIFIED
4TH MTH ISCHIUM, METACARPALS OSSIFY
5TH-6TH MTH PUBIS, CALCANEUS OSSIFY
CAUDAL REGRESSION PARTIAL TO COMPLETE SACRAL AGENESIS AND ABNORMALITIES OF THE LUMBAR SPINE, PELVIS, AND LOWER LIMBS
THANATOPHORIC DYSPLASIA TYPE I TYPICAL “TELEPHONE RECEIVER” SHAPE OF THE EXTREMITIES; FRONTAL BOSSING; CRANIOSYNOSTOSIS; PLATYSPONDYLY
ACHONDROGENESIS 2ND MOST COMMON LETHAL SKELETAL DYSPLASIA
ACHONDROGENESIS TYPE I 20%; SHORT, CUBOID BONES; METAPHYSEAL SCALLOPING; AUTOSOMAL RECESSIVE; THICK, REDUNDANT SKIN FOLDS
OSTEOGENESIS IMPERFECTA TYPE II THE NEONATAL LETHAL FORM OF SKELETAL DYSPLASIA
HYPOPHOSPHATASIA CONGENITAL LETHAL; 1:100,000; THIN APPEARANCE OF BONES
CAMPTOMELIC DYSPLASIA SHORT AND VENTRALLY BOWED TIBIA AND FEMUR; ABSENT OR HYPOPLASTIC FIBULA
SHORT-RIB POLYDACTYLY SYNDROME DECREASED THORACIC CIRCUMFERENCE; POLYDACTYLY; GENITOURINARY ABNORMALITIES
HETEROZYGOUS ACHONDROPLASIA BRACHYDACTYLY, WITH A TRIDENT CONFIGURATION OF THE HAND
ASPHYXIATING THORACIC DYSPLASIA INVERTED “HANDLEBAR” APPEARANCE OF THE CLAVICLES, POLYDACTYLY
ELLIS-VAN CREVELD SYNDROME HIGH PREVALENCE AMONG INBRED POPULATIONS
OSTEOGENESIS IMPERFECT TYPE I BLUE SCLERAE; MOST FRACTURES OCCUR FROM CHILDHOOD TO PUBERTY; PROGRESSIVE HEARING LOSS
OSTEOGENESIS IMPERFECT TYPE III NONLETHAL; PROGRESSIVELY DEFORMING VARIETY THAT OFTEN SPARES THE HUMERI, VERTEBRAE, AND PELVIS
PROXIMAL FOCAL FEMORAL DEFICIENCY ASYMMETRICAL DEGREE OF ABSENCE OF SUBTROCHANTERIC FEMUR; IPSILATERAL FIBULAR HEMIMELIA
RADIAL RAY DEFECTS ABSENCE OF A VISUALIZED FOREARM BONE, ASSOCIATED WITH TALIPOMANUS (CLUB HAND)
AASE SYNDROME HYPOPLASTIC DISTAL RADIUS WITH RADIAL CLUBHAND, AND A TRIPHALANGEAL THUMB; CARDIAC DEFECTS
ARTHROGRYPOSIS MULTIPLEX CONGENITAL MULTIPLE JOINT CONTRACTURES; LIMB PTERYGIUM; “BUDDHA POSITION” OF THE FETUS
DECIDUA BASALIS THICK DECIDUA AT IMPLANTATION SITE
DECIDUA CAPSULARIS THIN, OVERLIES GS FACING UTERINE CAVITY
CHORION FRONDOSUM PORTION OF CHORION AT IMPLANTATION SITE
CHORIONIC VILLI FUNCTIONING UNITS OF PLACENTA
COTYLEDONS COMPOSED OF SEVERAL VILLI AND THEIR BRANCHES
RETROPLACENTAL COMPLEX COMPOSED OF MYOMETRIUM, PLACENTA, AND VESSELS
FETAL SURFACE OF PLACENTA CHORIONIC PLATE
BASAL PLATE DIVIDED INTO COTYLEDONS(COMPOSED OF SEVERAL VILLI & THEIR BRANCHES)
Created by: amitamura