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Failure of midline fusion of perineal raphe
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Failure of midline fusion of perineal raphe

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Midline defects can result from incomplete fusion of embryonic tissues. Defects in the perineal region can occur in the region of the anus or genitalia. These defects often resolve at puberty but may be confused with the lesions of sexual abuse.

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ICD10CM:
Q89.9 – Congenital malformation, unspecified

SNOMEDCT:
609621000 – Disorder of perineum (disorder)

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Failure of midline fusion of perineal raphe
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Failure of midline fusion of perineal raphe : Erythema, Female genital, Genitals, buttocks, perineum, Male genital, Present at birth
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