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Pediatrics Baby whole body X ray!

What was the MOST possible medical prob of his/her mom ?
a. Rubeola
b. Rubella
c. CMV
d. Diabetes melts
e. Gestational diabetes
f. Eclampsia
g. Pre eclampsia .
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I think is rubella.
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d. Diabetes melitis??????

i am just guessing by looking at the large head. Not sure.
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Rubella will give you PDA, Pulmonary artery stenosis, and septal defects.

Diabetes will give you transpostion of great vessels.

C, F, and G does not apply.

Left with Rubeola and gestational diabetes.

Looking at the baby, I will go for gestational diabetes.
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Rubella will give you PDA, Pulmonary artery stenosis, and septal defects.

Diabetes will give you transpostion of great vessels.

C, F, and G does not apply.

Left with Rubeola and gestational diabetes.

Looking at the baby, I will go for gestational diabetes.
i like your last sentence , and looking at the baby , well but what do u see at that baby ?
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I think the answer is maternal diabetes (not gestational diabetes).

The skeletal survey shows caudal regression syndrome and lower spine dysgenesis (AKA sacral agenesis).

To understand the concept of differentiating gestational diabetes versus maternal diabetes effects on the fetus read StepTaker's nice explanation here
Maternal versus Gestational Diabetes effects on infant!

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i like your last sentence , and looking at the baby , well but what do u see at that baby ?
What is the answer, pls
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I think the answer is maternal diabetes (not gestational diabetes).

The skeletal survey shows caudal regression syndrome and lower spine dysgenesis (AKA sacral agenesis).

To understand the concept of differentiating gestational diabetes versus maternal diabetes effects on the fetus read StepTaker's nice explanation here
Maternal versus Gestational Diabetes effects on infant!

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YOU ARE RIGHT SABIO , answer is DIABETE MELITUS (not gestational diabete ) . Dx : CAUDAL REGRESSION SYNDROME ( presented wth such sacral prob , see his limb in imaging , and sometime thorax too ) .
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A little more history provided would done it.
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YOU ARE RIGHT SABIO , answer is DIABETE MELITUS (not gestational diabete ) . Dx : CAUDAL REGRESSION SYNDROME ( presented wth such sacral prob , see his limb in imaging , and sometime thorax too ) .
I think I was right before Sabio ...lolz
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