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Meckel-Gruber syndrome features

Stillborn fetus with features of Meckel syndrome, including (a) herniation of meninges and rhombic roof through posterior fontanelle, (b) occipital encephalocele, and (c) microcephaly and cleft lip. (Contributed by Dr. Mamdouha Ahdab-Barmada.)

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