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Please download to get full document. Home Documents Onfalocele y Gastrosquisis. Using data from a single University Genetics Division practice, the authors sought to determine if gastroschisis is increasing in occurrence compared to omphalocele. Associated abnormalities were also exam- ined.


In addition, prenatal exposure to teratogens and other parameters were compared. All fetal and infant cases of omphalocele and gastroschi. Share Onfalocele y Gastrosquisis. Embed Onfalocele y Gastrosquisis. All materials on our website are shared by users.

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All fetal andinfant cases of omphalocele and gastroschisis seen in the University of South Florida Division of Genetics betweenJanuary 2, and December 31, were retrieved through the database and lcasificacion through chart review. There were cases of omphalocele and cases clasificaciin gastroschisis. Seventy-six percent of the probands with omphalocele hadassociated onfalcoele twenty-three percent of the probands with gastroschisis, none of which onfalcoele syndromic,had associated anomalies.

There were no significant differences in teratogen exposurebetween the two groups. Mean maternal age was In this study, the number of cases of omphalocele and gastroschisis weresimilar, compared to the expected 3: InMoore and Stokes 2 definedthe two separate conditions, and inDuhamel 3 empha-sizedtheirdistinctpathogenesisandclinicalpresentations. Itiscurrently taught that omphalocele is a more common condi-tionthangastroschisis,occurringin1perlivebirthscom-paredto1perforgastroschisis.

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USF Genetics receives all ge-netic consultations requested by pediatricians and obstetri-cians within the Tampa Bay area counties. Probands were re-trievedthroughtheUSFGeneticsdatabaseandachartanalysiswas performed on each proband. There were probandswithomphalocele 74prenatal,53pediatric andwithgas-troschisis 92 prenatal, 29 pediatric. For each record, karyotype, associated anomalies, prematu-rity, 1-year mortality rate, environmental exposures duringpregnancy, maternal diabetes, familial recurrence, and mater-nal age were analyzed.

Additional analyzed factors were incor-rect or missed prenatal diagnosis, twinning, and race. Prematurity was defined as a delivery before 37weeks gestation.

Thestudy included probands with gastroschisis and omphalocele syndromic, nonsyndromic, and isolated and excluded prunebelly syndrome, limb-body wall complex, and umbilicalhernias. Gastroschisis was defined as an anterior abdominal wall defectadjacent to the umbilicus with no sac or membrane.

Ompha-locele was defined as a midline anterior abdominal wall defectcovered by the peritoneum and amniotic membrane. Casesthat provided an inadequate or ambiguous description of thedefect were excluded from the study. Information about the general Tampa Bay populationwas obtained for comparison from the Department of VitalStatistics and Health Education. The study was approved by the Institutional Review Board. Of the 74 prenatally detected cases, 29 wereliveborn and then referred to the USF Genetics Division, and23 delivered elsewhere and outcome was unknown.

Twelvepregnancies were electively terminated. During this same period, there were cases of gastroschi-sis 92 prenatal, 29 pediatric; Table 1. Of the two stillborncases, one stillborn fetus had multiple anomalies, includinghydrops,microtia,transpositionofthegreatvessels,horseshoekidney, 2-vessel cord, and bilateral syndactyly of fingers; thefetuswasdeliveredintact. Theotherstillbirthhad an isolated gastroschisis.

Thirty-two of the 50 syndromicomphalocele were liveborn.

Cases of umbilical cord malformation included 7 pro-bands with a single umbilical artery, 2 with short cords, and 1with an enlarged cord. Cases of umbilical cord malformationincluded 2 probands with a single umbilical artery. The twocasesofneuraltubedefectswerespinabifidaaperta;bothwereamong the pediatric cases.

Information was not available as towhether the neural tube defects were surgically corrected. The causes of death were notdirectly related to the omphalocele 9 respiratory distress, 4congenital heart defects, 3 neural tube defects, 2 postoperativecomplications. One infant had a ruptured omphalocele butdied of respiratory distress related to prematurity.


Thecausesofdeathintheinfantswithgastroschisiswere4 cases of congenital heart defects, 2 cases of postoperativecomplications, and 1 case of respiratory distress secondary toprematurity.

Five cases of omphalocele were misdiagnosedon fetal sonogram as gastroschisis. Conversely, there were twocases of gastroschisis misdiagnosed as omphalocele on fetalsonogram. There were two familial cases of omphalocele 1.

Threeprobands with gastroschisis had a family history of the defect 2. The relationships to the probands were dizygotic twinsister, full sibling, and first cousin once removed, respectively. Nine of the omphalocele clasifucacion were twins 7. All 9 pairs were discordant onfaocele defect. Twin B died at age 9 hours due to respiratory arrest. There were three dizygotic twin pregnancies in the gastros-chisis group 2. Afourth pregnancy ended in miscarriage and a resorbed twinwas suspected.

No consanguinity was reported in either group. Other studies around theworldhavefoundincreasesingastroschisisprevalence,alongwithadecreaseinomphalocele. Theories to account for these incidence changeshave included an environmental agent, inaccurate classification,limitedfamilyhistories,andahigherfamilialrecurrencerisk.

Perhaps differences in criteria forstillbirth versus miscarriage contribute to the discrepancy, ormaybe there was a bias in reporting. Similar findings have been reported inprevious studies, 5,7,9 with cardiac defects as the most commonassociated anomaly with both omphalocele and gastroschisis. The 1-year mortality rate for the omphalocele group wassignificantlyhigherthanthegastroschisisgroup.

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