Prenatal Diagnosis of Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome Using 3D Ultrasound and Fetal MRI



Fig. 19.1
Three-dimensional ultrasound and three-dimensional MRI demonstrated macroglossia (arrow)



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Fig. 19.2
Two-dimensional ultrasound, three-dimensional ultrasound, and fetal MRI demonstrated macroglossia (arrow)


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Fig. 19.3
Two-dimensional ultrasound, three-dimensional ultrasound, and postnatal photograph showed macroglossia


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Fig. 19.4
Two-dimensional ultrasound and fetal MRI detected a large (arrow)


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Fig. 19.5
Doppler ultrasound confirmed a left-sided fetal abdominal wall defect and three-dimensional ultrasound clearly rendered the omphalocele (arrows)


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Fig. 19.6
Three-dimensional ultrasound and fetal MRI detected markedly enlarged kidneys (arrows). Note exomphalos on fetal MRI image (black arrow)


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Fig. 19.7
Two-dimensional ultrasound and fetal MRI detected markedly enlarged kidneys (arrows)

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Aug 30, 2017 | Posted by in GYNECOLOGY | Comments Off on Prenatal Diagnosis of Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome Using 3D Ultrasound and Fetal MRI
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