Surgery of Birth Defects

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These can be, anotia (absent ear), microtia (small and deformed ear), lobe defects, bat ear, cup ear, lop ear, auricular tags, etc.

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CASE 3 : Left ear lobule defect. Pre and Post Operative
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full thickness defect (coloboma), drooping (ptosis), dermoids, hemangiomas etc.

CASE 8 : Coloboma of right upper eyelid. Pre and Postoperative.

Craniofacial microsomia, treacher-collins syndrome etc.

CASE 9 : Number 7 Craniofacial cleft
CASE 10 : Number4 Craniofacial Cleft

CASE 11 : Hypertelorism, complete craniofacial correction. Number 0 cleft. Pre and Post Operative

Torticollis (wryneck)

CASE 12 : Torticollis

Genetic/hereditary conditions/abnormal development : Neurofibroma, hemangioma, pigmented lesions etc.

CASE 13 : Pigmented Nevus
CASE 14 : Pigmented Nevus
CASE 14 : Pigmented Hairy Nevus
CASE 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 : Pigmented Nevi
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CASE 21 : Neurofibroma: Pre and Post Operative
CASE 22, 23, 24, 25 : Neurofibromas
CASE 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32 : Hemangiomas

Pectus excavatum, pectus carinatum (pigeon chest), Poland syndrome etc.

Polydactyly (extra fingers/toes), syndactyly (fused fingers/toes), ring syndrome, short fingers/part of forearm/arm, cleft hand etc.

CASE 33 : Syndactyly: Pre and Post Operative
CASE 34 : Polydactyly
CASE 35 : Polydactyly
CASE 36 : Polydactyly
CASE 37 : Congenital Ring Syndrome
CASE 38 : Radial Club Hand
CASE 39 : Radial Club Hand
CASE 40, 41, 42 : Miscellaneous Defects

Hypospadias (short urethra with bent penis and urinary meatus on lower surface), epispadias (urinary meatus located on upper surface), exstrophy (absent anterior wall of abdomen and urinary bladder), intersex (anomalous genitalia), absent vaginal opening etc.

CASE 43 : Hypospadias, previously operated elsewhere, with fistula
CASE 44 : Epispadias: Lower abdominal wall and bladder closed. Prior to urethral and penile reconstruction.

Meningomyelocele (absent lower vertebrae with open spinal cord). The operation is carried out soon after birth. While neurosurgeon closes the spinal canal, the plastic surgeon gives skin and soft tissue cover over the newly closed spinal cord.

CASE 45 : Meningomyelocele. Pre and Post Operative