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Figure 3.195. A lateral view of the same infant showing the slightly abnormal right ear with preauricular skin tags, the prominent nose and micrognadiia.

Preauricular Sinus
Figure 3.196. Lateral view of the same infant showing the grossly abnormal ear on the left side with atresia of the auditory canal, the antimongoloid slant, prominent nose and micrognathia.
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Figure 3.197. This infant with the VACTERL syndrome exhibits the following: vertebral anomalies, imperforate anus, cardiac defects, tracheoesophageal fistula, renal anomalies, and ¡imb defects. In cases where the acronym VATER is used, the "C" for cardiac abnormalities, and the "L" for limb defects are excluded, and the "R" stands for renal and radial anomalies. This infant had a tracheoesophageal fistula, duodenal atresia, and anal stenosis. There was a double outlet left ventricle causing congestive failure, hydronephrosis, ambiguous genitalia, and cryptorchidism. There was sacral dysgenesis and hemivertebrae, absence of the radii bilaterally, absence of tibiae bilaterally, and severe clubfoot.

Figure 3.197. This infant with the VACTERL syndrome exhibits the following: vertebral anomalies, imperforate anus, cardiac defects, tracheoesophageal fistula, renal anomalies, and ¡imb defects. In cases where the acronym VATER is used, the "C" for cardiac abnormalities, and the "L" for limb defects are excluded, and the "R" stands for renal and radial anomalies. This infant had a tracheoesophageal fistula, duodenal atresia, and anal stenosis. There was a double outlet left ventricle causing congestive failure, hydronephrosis, ambiguous genitalia, and cryptorchidism. There was sacral dysgenesis and hemivertebrae, absence of the radii bilaterally, absence of tibiae bilaterally, and severe clubfoot.

Figure 3.198. A posterior view of the pelvis and lower extremities of the same infant. Note the abnormal gluteal folds, as diis infant also had bilateral dislocation of the hips. Note the skin dimples at the joints.

Figure 3.198. A posterior view of the pelvis and lower extremities of the same infant. Note the abnormal gluteal folds, as diis infant also had bilateral dislocation of the hips. Note the skin dimples at the joints.

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Figure 3.199. The right upper extremity of this same infant shown in Figures 3.197 and 3.198 shows the club hand due to the absence of the radius.

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Figure 3.199. The right upper extremity of this same infant shown in Figures 3.197 and 3.198 shows the club hand due to the absence of the radius.

Newborn Sacral Dimple
Figure 3.200. The left upper extremity of the same infant shows the absence of the radius, resulting in a club hand. Also note the abnormal thumb.
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