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Developmental anomaly categoryinformation for Aplasia

Description: Absence of part of body results from a failure of the analge to develop.


Developmental anomalies associated with this developmental anomaly category :

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            [name] => Aplasia
            [description] => Absence of part of body results from a failure of the analge to develop.
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                    [name] => absence of radius, bilateral
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                    [name] => Radius, absence of
                    [description] => Radial deficiency (longitudinal reduction defect of radius) represents a congenitally acquired absence of the preaxial limb-bud of the upper extremity. Absence of radius results from a failure of the analge to develop (aplasia).
The degree of radial aplasia is related to the degree and time of insult to the developing fetus. The clinical presentation can be mild (hypoplasia of radius with affected thumb, Type I); moderate (deficient thumb and partial absence of the radius, Type II);  partial absence of radius( hand radial angulation; ulna hypertrophy, Type III ) or severe (absence of thumb and entire radius, Type IV).
 


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                    [name] => Aplasia cutis congenita, scalp
                    [description] => Aplasia cutis congenita is a rare anomaly presenting with absence of skin. The most common site is the scalp
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                    [name] => Parietal pericardium, absence of
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                    [name] => Asplenia
                    [description] => Congenital asplenia is a congenital absence of the spleen, by splenic regression or splenic aplasia (splenic agenesis). Congenital splenic anomalies are usually accompanied by abnormalities in other organ systems, especially cardiac abnormalities, but they may occur in isolation.
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                    [name] => Vertex aplasia cutis (ACC)
                    [description] => Aplasia cutis congenita (ACC), a congenital absence of the skin and occasionally of deeper layers. Localised agenesis of the scalp is the most frequent patern in aplasia cutis congenita.
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                    [name] => Absence of hand and finger(s) (unilateral)
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                    [name] => absence of peroneal bone, unilateral
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                    [name] => Oligodactyly
                    [description] =>  Oligodactyly is defined as the reduced number of well formed fingers or toes.

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                    [name] => Ulna,absence of, bilateral
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                    [name] => Optic nerve, absence of, bilateral
                    [description] => Bilateral optic nerve aplasia is a rare developmental anomaly is usually accompanied by severe and widespread congenital central nervous system (CNS) malformation
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                    [name] => Hemivertebra
                    [description] => Hemivertebra, a condition where there is complete unilateral failure of the vertebral body to form, is a common cause of congenital scoliosis.

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                    [name] => Aglossia
                    [description] =>  Aglossia is a developmental anomaly in which a portion or all of the tongue is absent.It is a rare anomaly often accompanied with several congenital defects including varying degrees of limb deficiency, micrognathia and oral synechiae

 
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                    [name] => Absence of first fingers, bilateral
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                    [name] => Absence of sternum
                    [description] => Absent sternum associated with absent of pericardium  and certain anterior abdominal wall defects such as incomplete forms of Cantrell’s pentalogy.

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                    [name] => Ectrodactly
                    [description] => Deficiencies of the central portion of the hand have been named as cleft hand, split hand, lobster claw, ectrodactly by many authors.The incidence is 1 to 4 in 100000 live births. It usually appears bilaterally and is associated with cleft feet. Autosomal dominant inheritance is known. 
Cleft hand deformity is secondary to wedge-shaped defect in primary hand plate. The apical ectodermal bridge does not develop normally and there is a defect in it's differentiation. According to Maisel's  theory of centripetal suppression of the primary hand plate, in the mild variety there is no missing tissue but cleft is present deep down to the metacarpal level. In the moderate variety, along with the cleft, digits on the radial side of the hand are missing and in the most severe form even digits on the ulnar side of the hand are missing. 
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                    [name] => Absence of six tarsal bones, unilateral
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