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A 27-year-old woman gives birth to a boy at 36 weeks gestational age. The infant weighs 4022 grams at birth, is noted to have a malformed sacrum, and appears to be in respiratory distress. Apgar scores are 5 and 7 at 1 minute and 5 minutes respectively. Hours after birth, the infant is found to be irritable, bradycardic, cyanotic, and hypotonic, and the infant's serum is sent to the laboratory for evaluation. Which of the following abnormalities would you expect to observe in this infant?
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A newborn whose mother had uncontrolled diabetes mellitus during pregnancy is likely to have which of the following findings?
Atrophy of pancreatic islets cells
Amyloid deposits in pancreatic islets