Potter's facies

Pot·ter's facies

(pŏt′ərz)
n.
The facial appearance characteristic of bilateral renal agenesis and other severe renal malformations, consisting of ocular hypertelorism, low-set ears, receding chin, and flattening of the nose.
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The impairment in renal function leads to oligohydramnios leading to pulmonary hypoplasia, club foot and Potter's facies. Repeat sonographic measurement of the length of the kidneys appears to be a useful parameter to diagnose ARPKD.8