(MadSci Network) Ernst Bjerke: A pregnancy of 10-years duration Nigerianschoolsonline-Lithopedion … The earliest lithopedion is one found in an archaeological excavation at Bering Sinkhole, on the Edwards Plateau in Kerr County, Texas dated to 1100 BC. … A lithopedion – also spelled lithopaedion or lithopædion – (Ancient Greek: λίθος stone; Ancient Greek: παιδίον small child, infant), or stone baby, is a rare phenomenon which
Lithopedion. … Therapeutic aspects in the management of a lithopedion. … INTRODUCTION Lithopedion ( litho stone; pedion child) is the name given to an extra-uterine pregnancy that evolves to fetal death and calcification.
According to Bruce Rothschild the lesions in the Costebelle case indicate lithopedion. … But Bruce Rothschild, who has examined the Costebelle skeleton, contends that it is not a case of congenital syphilis but of lithopedion. … 50 Number 1, January/February 1997 by Mark Rose Fetal skeleton from Costebelle, France, has been claimed to show effects of congenital syphilis but may be an example of lithopedion