Transvaginal ultrasound performed in the emergency department revealed an anteverted
, anteflexed gravid uterus with single live intrauterine pregnancy (Figures 1 and 2).
He had facial dysmorphism suggestive of Noonan syndrome including frontal bossing, downslanting palpebral fissures, thick lips, anteverted
nose, low-set and posteriorly rotated ears and short webbed neck withlow posterior hairline, dental caries, thoracic deformation with pectus excavatum, hypospadias, cryptorchidism, fingers' hyperlaxity, valgus flat feet, loose excess skin on hands and heart murmur (Figure 1).
On physical examination, bilateral ptosis, epicanthus, bilateral limited outward gaze, depressed nasal bridge, anteverted
nostrils, thin upper lip, downturned mouth corners, and micrognathia were observed, the labial sulcus was obscure on the right side and the mouth corner was sliding to the left while crying (Picture 1).
On per vaginal examination uterus size was normal, anteverted
and cystic mass felt in right fornix.
The ultrasound scan report showed a normal sized, anteverted
uterus with no visualisation of IUCD.
The physical examination findings of the 7-year-old patient appearing younger than his age were atypical facial features: long palpebral fissures, long eyelashes, arched eyebrows with sparseness of the lateral third, broad nasal root, and anteverted
hips means that you are "pigeon toed," or born with hips that have more turn-in than turnout.
On examination uterus was normal in size anteverted
with a freely mobile left adnexal mass of about 7x7 cms in size.
AP view of the pelvis centered over the sacrum is used with legs in 15[degrees] of internal rotation to provide en face view of the anteverted
femoral necks and allow correct evaluation of the femoral offset.
The position of the uterus was anteverted
(cervix angles forward) anteflexed (body is flexed forward) with endometrial thickness of 8 millimeters.
Cornelia de Lange syndrome (CdLS), also known as Brachmann de Lange syndrome, is a rarely seen genetic disorder characterised by facial features such as monobrow (synophrys), long eyelashes, anteverted
nostrils, a long filtrum and thin lips.
7] Owing to the risk of posterior subluxation due to anterior-inferior and subscapularis contractures, an insertion of the prosthesis is made in relatively anteverted
orientation, or normal prosthetic retroversion with anterior capsular release.