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pentalogy

[pen′tal·ə·jē]
(medicine)
Five symptoms or defects which together characterize a disease or syndrome.
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Virsaviya Borun suffers from Pentalogy of Cantrell, which affects five in a million people.
Other syndromes associated with omphalocoele include pentalogy of Cantrell (4.
Teresa Scassa, "Acknowledging Copyright's Illegitimate Offspring: User-Generated Content and Canadian Copyright Law" in Geist, Copyright Pentalogy, supra note 8, 431 at 435 [footnotes omitted].
Anomalies which are according to the literature associated with Pentalogy of Cantrell are: agenesis 1 of the corpus callosum, hydrocephalus, anencephaly, lip and palate cleft, fusion of the adrenal gland with liver, colon malrotation, clinodactily [9, 10], the absence of tibia and radius, polysplenia, underdevelopment of the gallbladder [11].
Labour analgesia and anaesthetic management of a primigravida with uncorrected pentalogy of Fallot.
Embryology, sternal clefts, ectopiacordis, and Cantrell's pentalogy.
Se hizo busqueda en las bases de datos Medline via PubMed, Ovid, Hinari y Fabumed, utilizando las palabras clave: abdominal wall defects; omphalocele, gastrosquisis, diapragmatic hernia; OEIS complex, limb-body-wall complex; pentalogy of Cantrell.
In the pentalogy comprising The anxiety of influence: a theory of poetry (1973, 2nd ed.
Others include Pentalogy of Cantrell which can be differentiated by its characteristic anterior thoracic defects and absence of spinal defects.
Taken together with the "copyright pentalogy," the five cases Canada's Supreme Court released as a package in summer 2012, copyright law in Canada has seen a significant expansion of user rights in the past year.
Omphalocoele is frequently seen in the context of congenital syndromes, with multiple associated anomalies, such as Beckwith Wiedemann syndrome, cloacal exstrophy, OEIS complex (Omphalocoele, exstrophy, and imperforated anus, spinal), Cantrells pentalogy and trisomies.