Thanatophoric dysplasia Type 1: A rare case of recurrence

Pawan Ghanghoriya, Vineeta Ghanghoriya, Kavita N Singh, Richa Pahariya

Abstract


Thanatophoric dysplasia (TD) is the most common form of lethal dysplasias. The prevalence is low 1/20000-1/40000. Newborns with TD died within the neonatal period. Early diagnosis is of prime importance to terminate the pregnancy in time. Recurrence of TD is not reported, but the possibility is always there.


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Early antenatal diagnosis, recurrence, thanatophoric dysplasia

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