Female Genital Deformity

Female Genital Abnormalities
Figure 3.151. A close-up of the genitalia of the same infant as shown in Figure 3.150 shows the divided scrotum with cryp-torchidism on the right. In female infants there may be hypoplastic labia minora and the genitalia may be ambiguous.

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Figure 3.152. This female infant with popliteal pterygium syndrome presented with the filiform adhesions between the eyelids which are seen in 20% of patients. Cleft lip and palate are seen in 85% and pits of the lower lip are seen in 60%. The bands of tissue extending between the jaws which are well demonstrated in this patient are noted in about 35%.

Figure 3.152. This female infant with popliteal pterygium syndrome presented with the filiform adhesions between the eyelids which are seen in 20% of patients. Cleft lip and palate are seen in 85% and pits of the lower lip are seen in 60%. The bands of tissue extending between the jaws which are well demonstrated in this patient are noted in about 35%.

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