ECG bpm. Gracias! Presentación del caso. Antecedentes: Es una deformidad congénita del oído externo. Ocurre en uno de cada. prevalencia de anomalías congénitas en recién nacidos es de un 1 a 3%, aunque Tabla 9: Defunciones infantiles por causas agrupadas en el código Q (CIE): “Malformaciones congénitas, bellón auricular con o sin atresia del conducto auditivo externo. Se excluye el grado I de microtia (pabellón li- geramente. mación congénita con alteraciones de estructu- ras desarrolladas a Hay malposición del pabellón auricular e Central (Malformaciones Cerebrales, Microcefalia, . comparación del pabellón auricular entre lado afectado y no afectado.
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It has become an important tool to be kept up to date. The Journal publishes Original Articles articles on basic research and clinical investigationreviews, brief communications, case studies and images, which are subjected to a rigorous peer review process. CiteScore measures average citations received per document published.
SRJ is a prestige metric based on the idea that not all citations are the same. SJR uses a similar algorithm as the Google page rank; it provides a quantitative and qualitative measure of the journal’s impact. SNIP measures contextual citation impact by wighting citations based on the total number of citations in a subject field. Microtia is a major malformation of the auricle, comprising a clinical spectrum ranging from a slight reduction in the size of the auricle or one of its parts to the complete absence of the pinna anotia.
Its prevalence varies according to the region of the world it is evaluated in. We analyzed a range of maternal, neonatal, and familial variables in a case group and a control group, and compared them with the existing literature.
We collected information from the Latin-American Collaborative Study on Congenital Malformations ECLAMC gathered between andwhere we found 27 cases of isolated microtia; we also collected information from control subjects. Data were analyzed using Student t test and odds ratio OR.
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Microtia distribution was 3 We found no patients with anotia. Regarding laterality, the right side was involved more often. Male-to-female ratio was 1. Microtia may be directly or indirectly associated with the early onset of labour. Future studies should include long-term follow up of the patients in order to detect possible anomalies of the oculo-auriculo-vertebral spectrum.
It is also important to take anthropometric measurements to increase the likelihood of detecting cases of grade I microtia and mid-face hypoplasia, and to define with greater accuracy whether isolated microtia is the mildest form of the oculo-auriculo-vertebral syndrome.
Previous article Next article. January Pages This item has received. Introduction and objectives Microtia is a major malformation of the auricle, comprising a clinical spectrum ranging from a slight reduction in the size of the auricle or one of its parts to the complete absence of the pinna auircular.
We analyzed a range of maternal, neonatal, and familial variables in a case group and a control group, and compared them with the existing literature. Methods We auriculr information from the Latin-American Collaborative Study on Congenital Malformations ECLAMC gathered malformacioes andwhere we found 27 cases of isolated microtia; we also collected information from control subjects.
Data were analyzed using Student t test and odds ratio OR. Results Microtia distribution was 3 Conclusions Microtia may be directly or indirectly associated with the early onset of labour. It is also important to take anthropometric measurements to increase the likelihood of detecting cases of grade I microtia and mid-face aurixular, and to define with greater accuracy whether isolated microtia is the mildest form of the oculo-auriculo-vertebral syndrome. Full text is only aviable in PDF.
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