anus is a rare congenital defect where the anus has no opening.
Klotz (1977) indicates imperforate
tracheary elements (= tracheids) present in early metaxylem of roots, stems, and leaves of all of the palms he studied.
Aperture umbilical, a high open arch with an imperforate
thin rim-like lip.
Congenital diastasis of the inferior tibiofibular joint with clubfoot and imperforate
1-3) Other abnormalities include imperforate
anus, renal agenesis or dysgenesis, internal genital organ agenesis except for the gonads, absent or hypoplastic renal arteries, oligohydramnios and presence of aberrant vasculature.
hymen), generalised bleeding disorder, or if the girl is pre-puberty.
The fifth case (F508del/S1235R) also presented with a prenatally diagnosed DiGeorge syndrome (cardiac malformation) with an imperforate
anus detected at birth (29 weeks).
Because small rodent populations are seasonally and multiannually heterogeneous, individual rodents were categorized into the following functional groups (23-25): juveniles, [less than or equal to]1 month of age, gray pelage [fur], and weight <15 g); subadults, weight >15 g and not in breeding condition (undescended testes or imperforate
vagina); and adults, weight >15 g and in breeding condition (descended testes or perforate vagina, visible nipples, or visibly pregnant).
Irregularities negatively linked to clefts were congenital heart defects, spina bifida, and VATER complex (vertebral defects, imperforate
anus, tracheo-esophageal fistula, and radial and renal dysplasia).
Captured animals were weighed, sex determined, reproductive condition assessed (females: perforate, imperforate
, swollen vagina, pregnant, or lactating; males: scrotal or not), and location of capture was recorded.
Case 3: This infant had multiple severe malformations including cleft lip and palate, imperforate
anus, solitary kidney, vertebral anomalies, dysplastic low-set ears, and ambiguous genitalia.
Some cases of apparent imperforate
hymen are actually mullerian agenesis, and that possibility should be in the differential diagnosis, David M.