Amniotic Band Syndromewith Unique Clinical Presentations: A Case Report
Keywords:Amniotic band syndrome, ABS, constriction rings, syndactyly, case report
Amniotic band syndromeis a rare congenital disorder which associated with physical abnormalities such
as disruption, deformation, and malformations of organs. The most common abnormalities usually involve
the limbs that could range from simple constriction rings to complete amputation.In this case report, we
report anamniotic band syndrome with unique clinical presentations. The case was a new born male baby
who was normally delivered and presented with a ring-like constriction at over middle right lower limb
and fusion (syndactyly) of left lower limb and right arm. In this report we also discuss different diagnostic
modalities which could be used in diagnosingamniotic band syndrome, the risk factors, type of amniotic
band syndrome, post-natal diagnose, as well as the therapy.
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