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Figure 2 (A and B): (A) The external appearance of the aborted acardius myelancephalus. The ventral surface (An) shows normal skin and the cephalic (Cr) and caudal (Ca) ends are made out by the positions of the left upper limb ((Lu), digits (Dg), umbilical cord (Uc), and the genitalia (SC -edematous scrotal sacs, Pe-edematous penis). A cyst (Cy) is seen closer to the cord insertion. (B) Dorsal surface of the acardius. The dorsal skin surface (Do) is normal. The left upper limb (Lu) and the genitalia (Ge) are partially visible from behind

Figure 2 (A and B): (A) The external appearance of the aborted acardius myelancephalus. The ventral surface (An) shows normal skin and the cephalic (Cr) and caudal (Ca) ends are made out by the positions of the left upper limb ((Lu), digits (Dg), umbilical cord (Uc), and the genitalia (SC -edematous scrotal sacs, Pe-edematous penis). A cyst (Cy) is seen closer to the cord insertion. (B) Dorsal surface of the acardius. The dorsal skin surface (Do) is normal. The left upper limb (Lu) and the genitalia (Ge) are partially visible from behind