Clinical-Medical Image - International Journal of Clinical & Medical Images (2022) Volume 9, Issue 6
Author(s): Dede Virginie TEKO, Etonam Agbessi KOUGNIGAN, Piham Sosso KEBALO, Okassate Kamou, SIBABIAKPO, Gladys Djimo LEBUGHE, Amavi FOLLY, Ahmat Yacoub SALHADINE, Emmanuel SEKOUDJI, Komla GNASSINGBE
It was a female newborn from a bichorial biamniotic twin pregnancy, admitted to the surgery department for agenesis of the four limbs. She had no notion of parental consanguinity. No malformation noted in the siblings. The mother was G6P4, with a miscarriage. The pregnancy had been followed with five prenatal consultations, and an obstetrical ultrasound performed at 22 SA which did not note any abnormality. During pregnancy bleeding was noted in the first trimester treated with herbal medicine. The delivery had been made by low way which had allowed the extraction in cephalic of our newborn apgar 9-10, weighing 2300 g; followed by the podalic extraction of the second twin apgar 8-10, weighing 2800g. The meconium had been delivered on time in the two twins. His death had deplored on the second day of life in a context of fever treated with herbal medicine according to the father [1,2] (Figure 1). Keywords: Tetra Amelia; Congenital; Togo
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