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Weyers' syndrome I

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A congenital malformation syndrome with partial or complete atresia of several parts of the gastrointestinal system as well as displacement of the biliary ducts and displacement and obstruction of the adjoining vessels.

Description

A congenital malformation syndrome with partial or complete atresia of several parts of the gastrointestinal system as well as displacement of the biliary ducts and displacement and obstruction of the adjoining vessels, with or without esophageal fistula and in the presence of air in the gastrointestinal system. Features may include ecodactylism and malformations of heart and kidneys. Due to early embryonal disturbances.

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