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Figure 2.89. Short-limbed dwarfism in an infant with thanatophoric dysplasia. This form of dwarfism is more common in males. Note the large head and hyper-telorism. The chest is markedly narrowed with a large protruding abdomen. The limbs are short and there are increased skin folds about the extremities. These infants do not survive.

Figure 2.90. Lateral view of the same infant with thana-tophoric dysplasia. The length of the infant at term was 40 cm due to the extremely shortened and bowed extremities. The head is large with a circumference of 40 cm. Note the prominent forehead.

Figure 2.90. Lateral view of the same infant with thana-tophoric dysplasia. The length of the infant at term was 40 cm due to the extremely shortened and bowed extremities. The head is large with a circumference of 40 cm. Note the prominent forehead.

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