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IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL STUDIES IN A HYDROPTIC FETUS WITH PULMONARY LYMPHANGIECTASIA AND TRISOMY 21

Authors
  • M Rutigliani
  • F Boccardo
  • C Campisi
  • E Bonioli
  • E Fulcheri
  • C Bellini

Abstract

This case report presents a hydroptic trisomy 21 fetus affected by lymphatic dysplasia with no other malformations. Our studies using CD31, CD34, smooth muscle actin, desmin, and D2-40 antibodies immunohistochemistry confirm the diagnosis of severe pulmonary lymphangiectasia associated with lymphangiectasia in the mediastinum and small bowel.

Keywords: pulmonary lymphangiectasia, trisomy 21, hydrops fetalis

How to Cite:

Rutigliani, M. & Boccardo, F. & Campisi, C. & Bonioli, E. & Fulcheri, E. & Bellini, C., (2007) “IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL STUDIES IN A HYDROPTIC FETUS WITH PULMONARY LYMPHANGIECTASIA AND TRISOMY 21”, Lymphology 40(3), p.114-121.

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Published on
22 Aug 2007
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