Prenatal Diagnosis of FATCO Syndrome (Fibular Aplasia, Tibial Campomelia, and Oligosyndactyly) with 2D/3D Ultrasonography
Fibular hemimelia is a congenital lower limb anomaly characterized by the partial or complete absence of the fibula. It includes a spectrum ranging from mild fibular hypoplasia to complete fibular aplasia. Although rare in occurrence, it is the most common congenital absence of long bone of the extremities .
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