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RMJ. 2016; 41(4): 516-518

Fetus in fetu : A case report

Maryam Asif, Emmal Asjad Cheema, Rabia Khalid, Nadeem Akhter.

My manuscript fetus in fetu is a case report which is very rare congenital anomaly reported worldwide. We report a 4 months old girl with gradually increasing abdominal mass since birth. When operated upon an anencephalic fetiform structure was seen. To our knowledge this was unique case as very few cases of Fetus in fetu reported worldwide and this case was unique particularly as diagnosis was not conclusive on radiological studies and was confirmed only after histopathological analysis .

Key words: Fetus in fetu, teratoma

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