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Kids Pulmonary Hypoplasia and renal agenesis in neonate!

After delivery, a 34-week-old neonate develops respiratory distress and requires intubation. During pregnancy, oligohydramnios was noted. An ultrasound of the fetus shows bilateral renal agenesis. In addition to the bilateral renal agenesis and pulmonary hypoplasia, this neonate most likely has:

A. Double ureters

B. Limb deformities

C. Adrenal gland mass

D. Cystic liver lesions
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Potter Syndrome => Clubbed feet => Limb defects
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limb deformities.
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yes limb deformities, due to lack of cushion due to lack of amniotic fluid!
but i liver cyst is also a close call which is associated with renal cysts, don u say so. but my ans is LImB PROBLEMS!
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it is potters syndrome with limb defects
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Default Potter Syndrome

Potter Syndrome
Due to Malformation of ureteric buds
Bilateral renal agenesis
Oligohydramnios
Facial/Limb deformities
Wrinkly skin
Pulmonary Hypoplasia-Pleuroperitoneal folds in the diaphragm fail to fuse =(Resp. Distress)
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It is Potter so b
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