One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A hernia in which abdominal organs protrude into a baby's umbilical cord.
- ‘To assess whether such an increase might be explained by a diagnostic shift of the abdominal wall defects, we analysed the time trends of omphalocele in these registries.’
- ‘The omphalocele was closed by approximating the abdominal fascia.’
- ‘Initial examination upon transfer revealed the child had a gastroschisis rather than an omphalocele with stomach and small bowel exposed through an opening on the right side of the umbilicus.’
- ‘This was a 4 year old female with a past history of duodenal atresia, omphalocele, atrial septal defect and ventricular septal defect.’
- ‘Should these abnormalities be noted on an ultrasound examination in pregnancy, it is important to know that an omphalocele is often associated with a fetal chromosome abnormality and an amniocentesis is recommended.’
- ‘Umbilical hernias, omphaloceles, and gastroschisis usually are apparent on gross inspection.’
- ‘She had an ultrasound at 18 weeks that showed a 2-vessel umbilical cord, bilateral asymmetric choroid plexus cysts, and a possible small omphalocele.’
- ‘Abdominal wall defects, including gastroschisis and omphalocele, are usually diagnosed prenatally.’
- ‘Malrotation is also associated with other congenital anomalies such as diaphragmatic hernia, omphalocele and gastroschisis.’
- ‘Some are obvious at birth (Abdominal wall defects - omphalocele and gastroschisis).’
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