[Positive diagnosis of Potter's syndrome by ultrasonography. A case report].
Service de Gynécologie-Obstétrique, Centre hospitalier de Valence.
- Published Article
Revue francaise de gynecologie et d'obstetrique
- Publication Date
Mar 01, 1993
Potter's syndrome is a rare disorder but on which should not be overlooked. Ultrasound signs such as oligoaminos, retarded intra-uterine growth. (R.I.U.G.) and failure to detect the bladder and kidneys constitute fairly clear signs. Early and specific diagnosis leads to therapeutic pregnancy termination. This allows the parents to avoid the painful and late birth of a malformed child.
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