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Following figure depicts a newborn with her mother history of oligohydroamnios. She also has craniofacial anomalies with pulmonary hypoplasia .

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What is diagnosis?

1) club foot
2) digeorge syndrome
3) potter sequence
4) sirenomelia

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1) clubfoot
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Potters Sequence

Potters has all of that, except the cardiac defects...
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ya its potter
but today dr.boaz told sometimes its also associated wid cardiac defects..
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Following figure depicts a newborn with her mother history of oligohydroamnios. She also has craniofacial anomalies with cardiac defects.

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What is diagnosis?

1) club foot
2) digeorge syndrome
3) potter sequence
4) sirenomelia
potter sequence
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Potters Sequence

Potters has all of that, except the cardiac defects...
that's why i didnt pick potter's...
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that's why i didnt pick potter's...
lol.. maybe the person who wrote the question wrote it wrong?

You're right, it can be the obvious club foot.. but the stem gives oligohydraminos / craniofacial abnormalities info for a reason I think..
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that's why i didnt pick potter's...
remember question says DIAGNOSIS
club feet is not diagnosis its sign..
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ya its potter
but today dr.boaz told sometimes its also associated wid cardiac defects..
haha...that is Thomas Syndrome
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remember question says DIAGNOSIS
club feet is not diagnosis its sign..
Yep ur ryt
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Potters Sequence

Potters has all of that, except the cardiac defects...
Thomas syndrome: potter sequence with cleft lip/palate and cardiac anomalies.
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potter s kidney problems associated with oligohydroamnio
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I do not see any textbook say Potter's is related to cardiac defect. Most books say it has "pulmonary defect".
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I do not see any textbook say Potter's is related to cardiac defect. Most books say it has "pulmonary defect".
@usluipek, this is a Thomas syndrome: potter sequence with cleft lip/palate and cardiac anomalies.
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Hi, Bebix, how are you? Thank you !

You mentioned the Thomas syndrome, it makes sense. But it is not among the answers. Should we pick "potters" instead?
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Hi, Bebix, how are you? Thank you !

You mentioned the Thomas syndrome, it makes sense. But it is not among the answers. Should we pick "potters" instead?
Hi..good morning

yup...I think @IKR123 invented this qs
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yup...I think @IKR123 invented this qs
Actually I was wrong...@IKR123 did not...Kaplan did, haha
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Actually I was wrong...@IKR123 did not...Kaplan did, haha
LOL...lemme edit it i think...
cuz its kinda bothering everyone

NO MORE CARDIAC DEFECTS....
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Following figure depicts a newborn with her mother history of oligohydroamnios. She also has craniofacial anomalies with pulmonary hypoplasia .

Attachment 1641
click image to enlarge

What is diagnosis?

1) club foot
2) digeorge syndrome
3) potter sequence
4) sirenomelia
ans z 3. potter sequence
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ans z 3. potter sequence
yup it is now!
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