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A babygram of a 32-week stillborn fetus (fig 1) showed very poor mineralisation of the axial and appendicular skeleton. Antenatal ultrasound showed all the long bones were very short, apparently normal skull bones and polyhydramnios and no other system abnormalities. The antenatal diagnosis was thanatophoric dwarfism. There was no significant obstetric history …
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