craniorachischisis

(redirected from craniorachischisis totalis)

craniorachischisis

 [kra″ne-o-rah-kis´kĭ-sis]
congenital fissure of the skull and vertebral column.
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External examination of the fetus revealed anencephaly with craniorachischisis totalis (Figure 3(a)), fused lower limbs (Figure 3(a)), nine toes with a fused bilateral thumb (Figure 3(a)), absence of the right upper limb (Figure 3(c)) and external genitalia, and imperforate anus, almost coinciding with the observation on the 3D sonographic rendering images.
Agarwal, "Sirenomelia Sequence Associated with Craniorachischisis Totalis, Limb Reduction and Primitive Heart," Indian Pediatrics, vol.
Daskalakis, "Prenatal diagnosis of sirenomelia with anencephaly and craniorachischisis totalis: A case report study," Medicine (United States), vol.
(1,2,3,4) Sirenomelia with Craniorachischisis Totalis (CT) is a rare fetal malformation.