Anatomical Asplenia in Cat Eye Syndrome: An Expansion of the
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The proband is a full term male, born to a gravida 2 para 1 mother by Caesarian section. At the patient's birth, the mother and father's ages were 22 and 20, respectively. The pregnancy was a result of natural conception and uncomplicated by any teratogens. The prenatal ultrasound was reported as normal. The parents were healthy and unrelated. The mother has a healthy 3-year-old daughter from a previous relationship. Review of the family history did not reveal any other individuals with developmental delay or congenital malformations.

The patient was referred to our center from an outside hospital soon after birth for surgical management of imperforate anus. His birth weight was 3345 grams (75th centile), length was 52.5?cm (>90th centile), and head circumference was 35.5?cm (90th centile). The initial physical examination on admission showed the following dysmorphic features: downslanting palpebral fissures, hypertelorism with interpupillary distance of 5?cm and inner canthal measurement of 3?cm (both are above 97th centile for age), mild facial asymmetry (right side > left side), slight difference between the size of the ears (<0.5?cm), anteverted and low set ears with bilateral preauricular pits, micrognathia, and bilateral 5th finger clinodactyly.....

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3652050/
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