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Title: Severe Craniofacial Involvement due to Amniotic Band Sequence
Authors: Becerra Solano, Luis Eduardo
Castañeda Cisneros, Gema
Corona Rivera, Jorge Roman
Díaz Rodríguez, Manuel
Figuera, Luis Eduardo
López Muñoz, Eunice
Nastasi Catanese, José Antonio
Toscano Flores, José Jesús
Ramírez Dueñas, María de Lourdes
García Ortíz, José Elías
Keywords: amniotic band sequence
discruptive sequence
limb-body wall defects
facial clefts
Issue Date: Jan-2018
Publisher: Taylor and Francis Online
Citation: Becerra Solano L.E., Castañeda Cisneros G., Corona Rivera J.R., Díaz Rodríguez M., Figuera L.E., López Muñoz E. Nastasi Catanese J.A., Toscano Flores J.J., Ramírez Dueñas M.L. & García Ortíz J.E. (2018). Severe Craniofacial Involvement due to Amniotic Band Sequence. Fetal and Pediatric Pathology, Volume 37, 2018 - Issue 1. pages 91-92. DOI:
Series/Report no.: Fetal and Pediatric Pathology;Volume 37, 2018 - Issue 1. pages 91-92.
Abstract: ABSTRACT Background: Disruptive amniotic band sequence (DABS) is a sporadic, non-familial disorder with unclear etiology. Diagnosis is based on clinical features because there is currently no reliable laboratory diagnostic tests. Objective: We describe six cases of DABS with severe craniofacial deformations, three with and three without classical constrictive limb deformation. Results: The craniofacial deformities were delimited by peripheral sharply demarcated scarring. Conclusion: When a sharply demarcated linear disruptive craniofacial lesion is observed, DABS should be considered despite the absence of constrictive limb scarring.
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ISSN: 1551-3823
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