Síndrome de PELVIS

Also known as: síndrome PELVIS

¿Qué es el síndrome PELVIS?

El síndrome PELVIS se utiliza para nombrar la coexistencia de hemangiomas en las áreas lumbosacra o genital con la malformación de los genitales externos, anomalías del tracto urinario (riñones y vejiga), malformaciones del extremo de la médula espinal (lipomielomeningocele) y anomalías del ano (imperforaciones o protuberancias).

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