A 6-month-old baby, which was delivered vaginally, was referred to pediatric for malformative syndrome. He was the first child, and there was no family history of congenital abnormalities. The 24 year old mothr had no history of medication with an uneventful pregnancy course. Pregnancy was poorly monitored with only two prenatal consultations. No folic acid prophylaxis and no obstetric ultrasound were performed. Plz, suggest the Dx and Rx.

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SUGGESTIVE OF... 1. CONGENITAL. CLEFT..... ....... MANUBRIUM. ...STERNUM... 2. ECTOPIA CARDIS..... ADVISABLE.... RECONSTRUCTION. .... OF. MANUBRIUM ./.. STERNUM ...
Ectopic carditis
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Congenital cleft manubrium /Sternum
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Lack of manubrium sterni ,,thorasic wall defect,,,look there is lack of rhythmic movement as seen in ectopia cardis
It's not ectopia It's seems a defect in sternum, manubrium
? LACK OF MANUBRIUM STERNI .. ? ECTOPIA CARDIS..
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Congenital cleft manubrium/sternum.
Not ectopia cardis Defect is seen
Yes likely ectopia cardis
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ectopiccarditis
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