It was a rare case of "mermaid" in the 13 weeks of pregnancy!Experts remind that the fetal abnormalities are found as early as possible on time.

Many people still remember the picture in the movie "Mermaid", and the half -man and half -fish elf beauty swims in the vast sea.So, will there really be a mermaid in real life?Recently, Director Chunmin of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department of the Eastern Theater of the Eastern Theater of the Eastern Theater, during which an early test (NT) examination for pregnant women had diagnosed an extremely rare case of "mermaid".

Ms. Dong, 26, was 13 weeks pregnant. In late September this year, she had symptoms of inducing vaginal bleeding. NT examination was performed during a hospital hospital hospitalization. Ultrasonic tips: fetal giant bladder possibilities.This can make Ms. Dong and her family badly and go to the obstetrics and gynecology department of the Eastern Theater Air Force Hospital for more detailed examinations.

Considering Ms. Dong’s first pregnancy and a history of premature abortion, Ji Chunmin decided to review NT again for her.I do n’t know if I do n’t check it. The results of the inspection show that Ms. Dong ’s fetal spine is continuously interrupted, and the lumbosacral region explores and cystic no echo.Both upper limbs can be displayed that the fusion of both lower limbs cannot be separated, and the lower limbs are always in a constant and fixed pose.Ultrasonic examination also suggests that the fetus is inherently developed abnormal: mermaid sequences and abnormal spine development are possibilities, which is the so -called "mermaid".It is understood that the "mermaid" in medicine is also known as the sequence of the mermaid. It is a rare and fatal congenital malformations, with a global incidence of only 1/60,000 to 100,000.

Ji Chunmin asked the medical history and found that Ms. Dong was nearly 200 catties of weight, suffered from polycystic ovary syndrome, and type 2 diabetes. However, she currently regulates blood sugar with insulin, and blood glucose control is stable.Patients have no obvious adverse hobbies, and they have no history of disease in their homes.

Knowing the results of the inspection, Ms. Dong and her family were very nervous and sad. For the mother of the first pregnancy, Ms. Dong hoped to keep her fetus to continue her pregnancy.However, Ji Chunmin pointed out that most of the mermaid sequence syndrome merged with multiple organs, and the probability of fetal survival was extremely low. After the experts repeatedly communicated with pregnant women and their family members, Ms. Dong finally decided to stop pregnancy.

At the beginning of October, Ms. Dong underwent drug abortion surgery, and the appearance of the fetus after surgery was completely consistent with the ultrasound prompt.Ji Chunmin pointed out that the current cause of the mermaid sequence is not clear.What are the risk factors that may lead to the "mermaid" baby?It is reported that pregnant women’s diabetes, excessive secretion of vitamin, contact with severe metal and teratogenic agents, genetic, and oval twins may bring potential risks.The reporter learned that there were only about 20 "mermaids" reported in the country in the past 20 years, and Ms. Dong was the earliest case of ultrasound discovery of the pregnancy week.Ji Chunmin reminds you that pregnant mothers must conduct prenatal ultrasound examinations on time during pregnancy, and detect abnormalities in the fetus as soon as possible to improve eugenics.

Correspondent Xu Jingwen

Yangzi Evening News/Zi Niu News Reporter Lu Yanlin

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Source: Zi Niu News

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