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Developmental anomaly categoryinformation for Deformation

Description: A deformation is an abnormal form, shape, or position of a part of the body caused by the mechanical forces. These forces may be extrinsic to the fetus (e.g; as a result of intrauterine constraint) or intrinsic ( such as fetal hypomobility caused by a nervus system defect). An example of prenatal deformation is an equinovarus foot which may result from extrinsic compression of the fetus caused by oligohydramnios as well from intrinsic abnormality, such as meningomyelocele with a resulting deficit of foot movement and hence foot deformation.


Developmental anomalies associated with this developmental anomaly category :

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            [name] => Deformation
            [description] => A deformation is an abnormal form, shape, or position of a part of the body caused by the mechanical forces. These forces may be extrinsic to the fetus 
(e.g; as a result of intrauterine constraint) or intrinsic ( such as fetal hypomobility caused by a nervus system defect).
An example of prenatal deformation is an equinovarus foot which may result from extrinsic compression of the fetus caused by oligohydramnios as well from intrinsic abnormality, such as meningomyelocele with a resulting deficit of foot movement and hence foot deformation.

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                    [name] => Bowing of femur, congenital
                    [description] => Bowing of femur is a deformity marked by medial angulation of the leg in relation to the femur. An outward bowing of the femur, giving the
appearance of a bow. 
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                    [name] => Talipes equinovarus, bilateral
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                    [name] => Bowing of long bones of leg, congenital
                    [description] => Genu varum (also called bow-leggedness or bandiness), is a deformity marked by medial angulation of the leg in relation to the thigh, an outward bowing of the legs, giving the appearance of a bow. Usually there is an outward curvature of both femur and tibia.
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                    [name] => Hypertelorism
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                    [name] => Mongoloid slope of the palpebral fissures
                    [description] => A mongoloid palpebral slant exists when the outer canthus is higher than the inner canthus. 
Patients with myelomeningocele demonstrate a consistent abnormality in the configuration of the palpebral fissure. What appears to be a mongoloid slant in reality may be a straightening of the lower lid margin, which gives the illusion of a mongoloid slant. These patients frequently demonstrate a pattern usually associated with overaction of the superior oblique muscle, and sometimes with dissociated vertical deviation. The diagnosis of myelomeningocele can be suspected in most cases simply by looking at the lid configuration.


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                    [name] => Long philtrum
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                    [name] => Short neck
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                    [name] => Talipes calcaneovalgus
                    [description] =>  Congenital deformity that is a combination of talipes calcaneus and talipes valgus, marked by a dorsiflexed, everted, and abducted foot.
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                    [name] => Prominent infraorbital creases
                    [description] => Prominent infraorbital creases usually associated with Potter's facies.
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                    [name] => Dolicocephaly
                    [description] => Elongated, narrow skull secondary to total or partial premature closure of the sagittal suture. The skull growth necessarily occurs at the coronal sutures and thus the frontal bones may be prominent. Also called scaphocephaly.
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                    [name] => Bulbous nose
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                    [name] => Posterior cranial fossa dismorphisme
                    [description] => The posterior cranial fossa is part of the intracranial cavity, located between the foramen magnum and tentorium cerebelli.It contains the brainstem and cerebellum.
This is the most inferior of the fossae. It houses the cerebellum, medulla and pons. Anteriorly it extends to the apex of the petrous temporal. Posteriorly it is enclosed by the occipital bone. Laterally portions of the squamous temporal and mastoid part of the temporal bone form its walls.


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                    [name] => Radial deviation of the hand, unilateral
                    [description] => Focal musculoskeletal anomalies can occur in isolation or in association with a large variety of syndromes, malformations and disorders
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                    [name] => Persistent cloaca
                    [description] => A persistent cloaca is defined as a confluence of the rectum, vagina, and urethra into a single common channel. They occur exclusively in girls and comprise the most complex defect in the spectrum of anorectal malformations
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                    [name] => Overlapping toes
                    [description] => The overlapping toe is a common familial deformity with equal sex. The toes most often involved are the fourth and fifth toes.
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                    [name] => Hallux varus
                    [description] => Hallux varus is a deformity of the great toe joint where the hallux is deviated medially (towards the midline of the body) away from the first metatarsal bone.
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                    [name] => Flattened occiput
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                    [name] => Narrow thorax
                    [description] =>  An abnormally small thorax with reduced thoracic cage capacity 
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                    [name] => Varus deviation of fingers
                    [description] => Inward angulation of the fingers 
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                    [name] => Sloping forehead
                    [description] =>  A type of forehead that is inclining backward from the lower part , or just above eyebrow.
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                    [name] => Pes cavus
                    [description] => Pes cavus is a medical term for a cavus unusuality of the foot due to a fixed plantar flexion of the foot. There is a highly arched foot - it is the opposite of flat feet.


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