Familial treacher collins syndrome- from an obstetrician’s view
Keywords:Treacher collins syndrome, Unicornuate uterus, Craniofacial dysmorphism
A number of genetic syndromes have been identified and can be diagnosed antenatally using ultrasonography signifying the importance of antenatal care. We report a rare case of familial treacher collins syndrome diagnosed postnatally that shows difficulties faced by an obstetrician to safely manage such cases.
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