What Is Preeclampsia?
Formerly called toxemia, preeclampsia is a condition that pregnant women develop. It is marked by high blood pressure and a high level of protein in the urine. Preeclamptic women will often also have swelling in the feet, legs, and hands. This condition usually appears during the second half of pregnancy, often in the latter part of the second or in the third trimesters, although it can occur earlier.
Cyclopia is rare congenital abnormalities; a severe form of holoprosencephaly resulting in children being born with just one eye. It results from failure of the cerebral hemisphere to separate during fetal development. The incidence is 1 in 13,000 live births but present in 1 in 2500 pregnancies that end up as miscarriage. It is incompatible with life. In this report we present a Cyclops delivered via cesarean section on account of ante partum hemorrhage secondary to placental previa type 11a.
Lewandowsky-Lutz dysplasia is a very rare skin disease involving a genetic susceptibility to the human papillomaviru. Scaly macules (flat pigmented skin lesion) and skin bumps develop on the skin, especially on the back of the hands. The condition carries an increased risk of skin cancer, especially in sun-exposed parts of the body such as the back of the hands. The warty growths can become very extensive and surgery may be needed to remove them.