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2010-10-20-15 Gastroschisis © Sanchez www.TheFetus.net
Gastroschisis 

Marcos Antonio Velasco Sanchez, MD, Manuel Ortega Valentin, MD., Tamarit Leyva, MD., Enrique Cisneros Perez, MD., Celida Pachuca Carmona, MD., Arturo Sandoval, MD.

Departamento de Ultrasonido y de Gynecologia y Obstetrica, Hospital General de La S.S.A. Acapulco Guerrero, Mexico, Facultad de Medicina de la U.A.G., Mexico.


Case report

This is a case of a 16-year-old G1 P0 who was referred to our department at 35 weeks of gestation. Ultrasound examination revealed a right-sided gastroschisis. No other abnormalities were detected. The patient delivered at term. There were no other findings except of gastroschisis. The baby underwent surgery and is doing fine at the moment.

Images 1,2: Transverse view of the abdomen, note the bowel loops in front of the abdominal wall.



Images 3,4: Bowel loops floating in the amniotic fluid outside of the abdominal cavity.



Image 5: 3-D image of the abdomen showing the bowel outside, in front of the abdominal wall.



Images 6,7: The neonate after delivery, note the defect of the abdominal wall.












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