Figure 3.24. Phocomelia in another infant born to another mother who took thalidomide in early gestation. Note the asymmetric phocomelia.


Figure 3.25. This infant with the fetal warfarin syndrome (Coumadin™ embryopathy) was born to a mother who was being treated with warfarin during the first trimester of pregnancy. These infants typically are low birth-weight and have facial and skeletal abnormalities. Less commonly they may have central nervous system and eye abnormalities. In this baby note the typical facial features of a broad flat face and nasal hypoplasia with a low nasal bridge, a prominent philtrum, and micrognathia.

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