Mechanism of increased nuchal translucency in Down's syndrome

Various theories are proposed regarding the mechanism of development of increased nuchal translucency in Down’s syndrome. They are:

  • Cardiac failure due to structural malformation
  • Abnormalities in the extracellular matrix
  • Abnormal or delayed development of the lymphatic system

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