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Table 1 Median incidence of common chromosomal anomalies in omphalocele

From: Omphalocele: a review of common genetic etiologies

No.% CATrisomy 18Trisomy 13Trisomy 21TriploidyTSKSOthersAuthors
9048.9 (44/90)335121-2Brantberg et al., 2005 [9]
2638 (10/26)441-1--Nyberg et al., 1989 [25]
6739 (26/67)2121-1-1Fratelli et al., 2007 [26]
3534 (12 /35)1020----Emer et al., 2015 [28]
3554 (19/35)17--1-1-Chen et al., 2007 [29]
1867 (12/18)101-1---Chen et al., 2007 [29]
271(n = 123) 45.49577.2%1411.4%32.4%43.25%32.4%10.8%32.4% 
  1. No., number of omphalocele; CA, chromosomal abnormalities; n, number of CA; S, syndrome; T, Turner; K, Klinefelter