Human malformations and related anomalies, second edition
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An additional equal number of infants are later found to have malformations that were not obvious at birth. The third edition of Human Malformations and Related Anomalies is a comprehensive compilation of significant human malformations authored by 40 authorities in the field of genetics and dysmorphology. It introduces a new format that allows easy access to essential information on each major human malformation. The abbreviated text on clinical presentation, associated anomalies, treatment, and prognosis is combined with the liberal use of line drawings, photographs, radiographs, and other images to give a succinct composite view of each malformation. The anatomical and molecular embryology is set out in a consistent manner in the introduction to each organ system. An appendix provides a synopsis of the syndromes that are most commonly associated with structural birth defects. The volume utilizes a blend of time-tested terminology and the nomenclature recommended by an international group of clinical geneticists and dysmorphologists.
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