Corrigendum to ‘SMFM Fetal Anomalies Consult Series #2: Extremities’ [American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 221/6 (2019) B2-B18]

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      The authors regret that in the Polydactyl section, second sentence of the Summary, the text should read “It can be preaxial (radial or tibial side), postaxial (ulnar or fibular side), or central.” The online version of the article has been corrected.
      The authors would like to apologize for any inconvenience caused.

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      • SMFM Fetal Anomalies Consult Series #2: Extremities
        American Journal of Obstetrics & GynecologyVol. 221Issue 6
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          This SMFM Consult Series focuses on the extremities. Malformations that involve the extremities are seen frequently on ultrasound images and can be isolated or associated with other anomalies. The fetal extremities are an integral part of the fetal anatomic survey, and detection of skeletal anomalies is a key component of prenatal diagnosis. The basic anatomic survey (CPT 76805) requires documentation only of the presence of arms and legs. A detailed anatomic survey (CPT 76811) requires documenting the number, architecture, and position of the arms, legs, hands, feet, and digits.
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