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By Arnold Rudolph MD
Colour atlas of neonatology. quantity one among a 5 quantity set masking an entire diversity of dermatologic, cardiac, pulmonary, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, neurologic, and musculoskeletal problems, genetics, and syndromes.
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4. The fetal surfaces of two completely separated twin placentas. These are always dizygotic. 5. This low-power histologic section demonstrates that an amnion can be identified on each side of two choria. Thus, this is an example of a dichorionic-diamnionic placenta. This type of dividing membranes is typically seen in all dizygotic twinning and in about 20 to 25% of monozygotic twinning. 6. The fetal surface of this fused, twin placenta shows the dividing membranes. In this placenta, histologic examination showed that there were two amnia and a single chorion (diamnionic-monochorionic).
30. Note the large cord of the “normal” infant which had three vessels and the small cord of the infant with acardius acephalus which had two vessels. There were no separating membranes between the two cords. Note the large anastomoses between the placentas. 32. An acardius acephalus infant delivered at 30 weeks gestation. The upper body and shoulders form a fleshy mass capped by a tuft of short hairs. The lower body has two well-formed legs but has clubbed, bifid feet with two toes. 33. Radiograph of the infant with acardius acephalus.
Frequently the nodules are more irregular in size and slightly yellowish brown. It is unusual to see this degree of amnion nodosum. The other twin was normal. 60. Another example of amnion nodosum in a twin placenta. Note the normal umbilical cord and placenta on the right and the small umbilical cord with a thrombosed vessel on the left. This was a twin-twin transfusion syndrome and the twin on the left became a fetus papyraceus. The amnion nodosum lesions are whitish, opaque, and uniform in size.
Atlas of the Newborn, Volume 1 - Volume5 by Arnold Rudolph MD