Pathological Condition of a Newborn Child
DIAGNOSTIC INFORMATION

Case Author(s): Dolphine Oda, BDS, MSC
Parental History

There were no known factors in the parent’s history which contributed to this child’s condition.

Chemical Factors

There were no known chemical risk factors in either the patient or parent’s history which contributed to the condition.

Physical Factors

There were no known physical risk factors in either the patient or parent’s history which contributed to this child’s condition.

Histological Slides
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Figure 1. Low power x200
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Figure 2. High power x400

MRI and CT Scan

A CT scan and an MRI of the head and maxillofacial region revealed a large endophytic and exophytically growth arising from the left paranasal region. An incisional biopsy was performed three weeks after birth and the lesion exhibited translocation T 2;13 which is typical for this lesion.

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Figure 3. CT scan of area of the abnormality

Clinical Photograph

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