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Sarah was affected in the womb by a condition called ABS (Amnionic Band Syndrome) where a loose tendril of tissue gets wrapped around the baby's limb, often stunting the growth of that limb, which is what happened in Sarah's case. There are different degrees of the condition, with some newborn babies showing signs of strangulation around a limb, but escaping major effects. It is not caused by the baby getting tangled up with its umbilical cord, as reported in a recent news report.

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