Atlas of the Newborn, Volume 1 - Volume5 by Arnold Rudolph MD

By Arnold Rudolph MD

Colour atlas of neonatology. quantity one among a 5 quantity set overlaying an entire diversity of dermatologic, cardiac, pulmonary, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, neurologic, and musculoskeletal problems, genetics, and syndromes.

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Close-up of the fused genitalia in the same set of pygopagus conjoined twins. 49. 46 were successfully separated. This figure shows them prior to discharge from the hospital. 50. Radiograph of a set of omphalopagus twins shows the fusion at the abdominal walls and hence they could be separated. 51. An example of craniopagus conjoined twins. 52. Note on the left, the vaginal delivery of prosopothoracopagus conjoined twins. On the right, note the twins following delivery. Prosopothoracopagus conjoined twins are twins united in the frontal plane with the fusion extending from the oral region through the thorax and upper abdomen.

In this infant note the narrow sloping forehead, flat depressed nasal bridge, mild micrognathia, and microtia with absence of the external auditory canal. In addition there was congenital heart disease. Affected infants may have hydrocephalus, microcephaly, or thymic abnormalities. This mother was treated with retinoic acid during the first month of pregnancy. 5. Drug withdrawal is a major problem in neonates delivered of narcotic addicted mothers. This figure stresses the fact that one should always check for signs of drug addiction in the mother.

62. High-power histologic section of amnion nodosum which consists of lanugo, vernix caseosa, and squamous epithelial cells. With marked oligohydramnios, the fetal skin rubs against the fetal surface of the placenta and produces these lesions. Chapter 2 Multiple Births Multiple gestation occurs frequently in pregnancy. The most common is twinning, which occurs in about one in every 80 pregnancies. ” The monozygous twin rate is 1 in every 200 pregnancies. It results from a single ovulation with subsequent splitting of the developing egg within the first 14 days.

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