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This new case comes from Egypt and belongs to Dr. Islam Badr and colleagues. It represents a good example of how 3D ultrasound can help in the diagnosis of certain anomalies. Enjoy!!!

Philippe, Franti & Federico


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This will be a place where you can share with your peers images, cute renderings, pearls, tough cases, ask questions etc.

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1) posted a case in the web site or
2) solved a Case of the Week and have had your name posted in the Winner's List (any years)
3) rare exceptions will be made for "outsiders" (for instance geneticists, dysmorphologists etc) who have interesting material to share.

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