Apert Syndrome : A Case Report
Apert Sendromu: Olgu sunumu

Ibrahim Alanbay
2012 Perinatal Journal  
Objective: To present a case of Apert syndrome diagnosed by prenatal ultrasonography. Case: In prenatal ultrasound examination, a 29-year-old G2P1 patient has been found to have a fetus with craniosynostosis, hypertelorism, frontal bossing, nasal bridge depression, syndactyly in the hands and feet, moderate ventriculomegaly. These findings lead to the diagnosis of Apert syndrome and the pregnancy was terminated with the will of the family. Postmortem examination confirmed the diagnosis.
more » ... diagnosis. Conclusion: Apert syndrome should be considered in the differential diagnosis when certain ultrasonographic findings such as abnormal craniofacial look or extremity abnormalities are encountered during prenatal examination.
doi:10.2399/prn.12.0201003 fatcat:36u6gqbzqvczjou4b267pcibzm