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Evaluation the Prevalence of Association between Cranial Congenital Fetal Anomalies and Extra-Cranial Congenital Fetal Anomalies


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The purpose of this study evaluated the Percentage of association between cranial congenital fetal anomalies and extra-cranial congenital fetal anomalies. Patients and method: The study conducted for two years in Minia University Fetomaternal Unit 2018-2019, We examined 2091 cases referred to us from all Minia regions because of congenital anomalies risk,263 cases detected carrying different types and numbers of anomalies . Results: The number of congenital anomalies in this study was 263 with percentage (12.5%) but when these number of congenital anomalies linked to all Antenatal care cases that attached to Minia University hospital in two years with average number (40,000) cases in two years we found percentage was (0.65%).In this study the top affected system was the central nervous system with percentage 32.7%,then the renal system 18.6%, then the cardiovascular system 14.8%,then the chest 8%, then the musculoskeletal system 7.2% then hydrops fetalis 6.5% followed by GIT 5.7% then the neck 5.3%, followed by face which was the least prevalent Anomalies which the percentage was 1.1%.Conclusions: We found that CNS was the most common system affected and the most rare system affected was the face. The ratio of congenital anomalies in Minia Governorate was 0.65% Which was less than the global percentage.

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Prevalence, Cranial, Anomalies, CNS.
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  • Evaluation the Prevalence of Association between Cranial Congenital Fetal Anomalies and Extra-Cranial Congenital Fetal Anomalies

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Authors

Mohammed Yahia Mohammed Ahmed
Minia University, Egypt
Hossam El-Din Shawky
Minia University, Egypt
Mohamed Ehab Ali Salet
Minia University, Egypt
Saad Abd El-Naby Ahmed El-Gelany
Minia University, Egypt
Mahmoud Hosni Ibrahim
Minia University, Egypt

Abstract


The purpose of this study evaluated the Percentage of association between cranial congenital fetal anomalies and extra-cranial congenital fetal anomalies. Patients and method: The study conducted for two years in Minia University Fetomaternal Unit 2018-2019, We examined 2091 cases referred to us from all Minia regions because of congenital anomalies risk,263 cases detected carrying different types and numbers of anomalies . Results: The number of congenital anomalies in this study was 263 with percentage (12.5%) but when these number of congenital anomalies linked to all Antenatal care cases that attached to Minia University hospital in two years with average number (40,000) cases in two years we found percentage was (0.65%).In this study the top affected system was the central nervous system with percentage 32.7%,then the renal system 18.6%, then the cardiovascular system 14.8%,then the chest 8%, then the musculoskeletal system 7.2% then hydrops fetalis 6.5% followed by GIT 5.7% then the neck 5.3%, followed by face which was the least prevalent Anomalies which the percentage was 1.1%.Conclusions: We found that CNS was the most common system affected and the most rare system affected was the face. The ratio of congenital anomalies in Minia Governorate was 0.65% Which was less than the global percentage.

Keywords


Prevalence, Cranial, Anomalies, CNS.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v11%2Fi2%2F2020%2Fijphrd%2F195070