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OEIS complex

Omphalocele, exstrophy, imperforate anus, spinal defects
[Inheritance: isolated cases]

34-gestational-week-old fetus with cloacal exstrophy. Axial MRI obtained through fetal abdomen shows anterior omphalocele (long arrows) and posterior myelocystocele (short arrow)
34-gestational-week-old fetus with cloacal exstrophy. Axial MRI of perineal region shows hemibladders (arrows) and bladder exstrophy. Anus is absent
34-gestational-week-old fetus with cloacal exstrophy. Coronal T2-weighted image of lumbosacral spine shows dilated distal spinal canal with bright signal, suggestive of myelocystocele
American Journal of Roentgenology
American Journal of Roentgenology
American Journal of Roentgenology

 
34-gestational-week-old fetus with cloacal exstrophy. Photograph of lower abdomen of neonate reveals anterior open defect (straight arrows) and hemibladder (curved arrows)
34-gestational-week-old fetus with cloacal exstrophy. Sagittal MRI obtained through fetus shows extensive fetal malformations including myelocystocele (black arrow), hemibladder (white open arrow), and omphalocele (white solid arrows)
 
American Journal of Roentgenology
American Journal of Roentgenology
 


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Edited by Aldo Campana, July 4, 2014