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[Sirenomelia--the caudal regression syndrome (author's transl)].
Monatsschr Kinderheilkd. 1982 Jul; 130(7):565-6.MK

Abstract

A case of sirenomelia with malformations in lumbar and sacral spine and urogenital system together with fusion of lower limbs is presented. The caryotype of the child was normal 46XY. There were no hereditary diseases or diabetes in the family, though caudal regression syndrome is known to be more frequent with diabetic mothers. No exposures were known.

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7050679

Citation

Schwartz, W, et al. "[Sirenomelia--the Caudal Regression Syndrome (author's Transl)]." Monatsschrift Kinderheilkunde : Organ Der Deutschen Gesellschaft Fur Kinderheilkunde, vol. 130, no. 7, 1982, pp. 565-6.
Schwartz W, Poulsen HK, Andersen PE. [Sirenomelia--the caudal regression syndrome (author's transl)]. Monatsschr Kinderheilkd. 1982;130(7):565-6.
Schwartz, W., Poulsen, H. K., & Andersen, P. E. (1982). [Sirenomelia--the caudal regression syndrome (author's transl)]. Monatsschrift Kinderheilkunde : Organ Der Deutschen Gesellschaft Fur Kinderheilkunde, 130(7), 565-6.
Schwartz W, Poulsen HK, Andersen PE. [Sirenomelia--the Caudal Regression Syndrome (author's Transl)]. Monatsschr Kinderheilkd. 1982;130(7):565-6. PubMed PMID: 7050679.
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