Trisomy 18 syndrome
Management of neonates is complex, requiring a high degree of vigilance and numerous interventions such as tube feeding, gastrostomy, and airway clearance. Most infants die in the first year of life with <10% living beyond the first decade. Common causes of neonatal and infant death are progressive pulmonary hypertension and cardiac or cardiopulmonary arrest.
Q91.3 – Trisomy 18, unspecified
254266000 – Partial trisomy 18 in Edward's syndrome
51500006 – Complete trisomy 18 syndrome
59033006 – Anomaly of chromosome pair 18