|| Abdominal wall defects in fetus consists:
Gastroschisis: Location Paraumblical (often Rt), Full thickness abdominal wall defect, Small size (2-4cm), Free floating bowel loops in amniotic fluid, No envelope membrane
Omphalocele: Infraumblical insertion site, Containing small bowel or solid viscera (Often liver), Limiting membrane covering the defect, size variable (2-10cm)
Limb Body wall complex: Large ventral wall defect (Usually Lt) of the abdomen and thorax, Craniofacial abnormality, Marked scoliosis and/or spinal dysraphism, Limb defect, Short/absent umbilical cord, Amniotic bands
Bladder & cloacal extrophy: Infraumblical anterior wall defect with irregular anterior wall mass, Large, Absent bladder, Malformed genitalia, neural tube defect +/-...