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  Concurrence of prenatally diagnosed Cantrell pentalogy and short and tight umbilical cord: A possible case of hexalogy [Eastern J Med]
Eastern J Med. 2016; 21(3): 138-140 | DOI: 10.5505/ejm.2016.92332  

Concurrence of prenatally diagnosed Cantrell pentalogy and short and tight umbilical cord: A possible case of hexalogy

Abdussamet Batur1, Cemil Goya2, Alpaslan Yavuz1, Cihad Hamidi2, Mehmet Guli Cetincakmak2
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Cantrell pentalogy is a rather rare syndrome characterised by complete or partial ectopia cordis; together with omphalocele, congenital heart diseases, and defects in the pericardium, lower sternum and anterior diaphragm. In this article, our aim is to present the ultrasonographic evidence of the concurrence of a short umbilical cord and the Cantrell syndrome, which we believe will contribute to the literature.

Keywords: Cantrell pentalogy, ectopia cordis, umbilical cord


Abdussamet Batur, Cemil Goya, Alpaslan Yavuz, Cihad Hamidi, Mehmet Guli Cetincakmak. Concurrence of prenatally diagnosed Cantrell pentalogy and short and tight umbilical cord: A possible case of hexalogy. Eastern J Med. 2016; 21(3): 138-140


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