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Figure 1: (a) Gross appearance of the fetus (Anterior View). (b) Gross appearance of the fetus (Close-up View) showing centrally fused eyeballs with two pupils, absence of nose and proboscis seen above the median eye. (c) Gross appearance of the fetus (Posterior View) showing spinal defect at the cervical region (spinal rachischisis) and absence of cranial vault (anencephaly) which is replaced by a blackish angiomatous sac like structure

Figure 1: (a) Gross appearance of the fetus (Anterior View). (b) Gross appearance of the fetus (Close-up View) showing centrally fused eyeballs with two pupils, absence of nose and proboscis seen above the median eye. (c) Gross appearance of the fetus (Posterior View) showing spinal defect at the cervical region (spinal rachischisis) and absence of cranial vault (anencephaly) which is replaced by a blackish angiomatous sac like structure