Approximately 50 percent of babies with anorectal malformations have other coexisting abnormalities. A number of diagnostic tests may also be done to further evaluate a problem and to determine whether other abnormalities are present. These provide a general overview of the anatomical location of the malformation in a cross-table lateral view, and may help determine if it's high or low in the anorectal area. They also let physicians know if there are abnormalities of the spine and sacrum, a triangular-shaped bone just below the lumbar vertebrae. Abdominal ultrasound and spinal ultrasound: These are used to examine the urinary tract and spinal column.
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Imperforate anus: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia
Anal Atresia Baum Hedlund T Alternate names for anal atresia include congenital imperforate anus and anorectal malformation. Anal atresia is diagnosed very soon after birth when the infant undergoes a physical examination. It is important to determine the position and type of imperforated anus in order to implement the correct treatment.
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Doctors will then determine the type of birth defect the child was born with and whether or not there are any associated malformations. It is important to determine the presence of any associated defects during the newborn period in order to treat them early and avoid further sequelae. There are two main categories of anorectal malformations:
German measles, diabetes or heavy drinking of alcohol during pregnancy are some exposures that can cause birth defects. Some are the result of abnormal genes or chromosomes that may be inherited or may represent new mutations. Most birth defects are thought to arise from interactions between genes or interactions between genes and environmental factors. Certain chemicals may affect some families more than others. Major embryonic development occurs in the first few weeks of a pregnancy, often before a woman knows she is pregnant.