Extracardiac anomalies in prenatally diagnosed heterotaxy syndrome
ConclusionsAlthough the leading causes of death in fetuses and children with heterotaxy syndrome are cardiac, a small subset of fetuses have extracardiac anomalies with significant impact on outcome. These anomalies often escape prenatal detection, and therefore neonates at risk should be monitored for bowel obstruction, biliary atresia and immune dysfunction in order to allow timely intervention through a multidisciplinary approach. Copyright © 2015 ISUOG. Published by John Wiley &Sons Ltd.
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CONCLUSIONS: Although the leading causes of death in fetuses and children with heterotaxy syndromes are cardiac, a small subset of fetuses has extracardiac anomalies with significant impact on the outcome. These anomalies often escape prenatal detection, therefore neonates at risk have to be monitored for bowel obstruction, biliary atresia and immune dysfunction in order to allow timely intervention in a multidisciplinary approach. PMID: 25847110 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]