Omphalocele-diaphragmatic hernia-cardiovascular anomalies-radial ray defect syndrome

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Synonyms: Gershoni-Baruch syndrome

A rare multiple congenital anomalies/dysmorphic syndrome characterized by a large omphalocele containing liver and small intestine diaphragmatic hernia cardiovascular anomalies (e. g. aortic coarctation) variable limb malformations (including radioulnar synostosis agenesis of the radius and/or thumb generalized syndactyly and numerical reduction of toes) and dysmorphic facial features. Additional reported manifestations are unilateral absence of umbilical artery intestinal malrotation hypoplastic ovaries and unilateral renal agenesis among others. The condition is mostly fatal in the neonatal period.

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