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2003
-12-18-13 Differential diagnoses of cystic abdominal masses © Gourand www.thefetus.net/

Differential diagnoses of cystic abdominal masses

Luc Gourand MD, Fernand Daffos MD

Service de Medecine Foetale, Institut de Puericulture, 26 Boulevard Brune 75014 Paris, France 

These are images of cystic abdominal masses from other articles already published on TheFetus.net. They can be used for visual differential diagnoses:

 congenital chloride diarrhea  jejunal atresia  abdominal lymphangioma  aganglionosis, colon
  Fraser syndrome  ovarian cyst,torsion  diaphragmatic hernia, left  hemangioendothelioma, liver
 
 imperforated anus  urinoma  Meckel diverticulum  megacystis microcolon
       
 esophageal atresia      
 fetus in fetu  esophageal and duodenal atresia  duodenal atresia  rectourinary fistula
 
 Currarino syndrome  cystic fibrosis  diaphragmatic hernia  diaphragmatic hernia, left
 choledochal cyst  labial fusion  choledochal cyst  
 choledochal cyst  gastric duplication  cloacal dysgenesis  gallstones

imperforated anus 

megacystis microcolon 

 midgut volvulus

 multicystic kidney

 

 

 

 

multicystic kidney

neurenteric cyst

neuroblastoma

neuroblastoma

ovarian cyst

ovarian cyst

ovarian cyst

ovarian cyst

ovarian teratoma

pancreas annular

pancreatoblastoma

pelvic kidney

meconium peritonitis

meconium peritonitis

meconium peritonitis

meconium peritonitis

 

meconium peritonitis 

 meconium peritonitis

 prune belly

pyloric atresia 

       

 pyloric atresia 

                    pyloric atresia 

 diaphragmatic hernia

 small stomach

   

 split notochord

 transient cyst

 transient cyst

 UPJ obstruction

       

 ureterocele

 ureterocele

  ureterocele

   gallbladder duplication
   

 hepatic heamangioendothelioma

 hepatic lymphangioma  gallstones  liver cyst
 colelithiasis  urethral meatal atresia  ascites Parvovirus B19  malrotation, gut
 
persistent uro genital sinus  ductus venosus agenesis  hydrocolpos  megalourethra
 urethral agenesis urethral agenesis

small stomach: Gaucher type II

  mucocolpos
     
posterior urethral valves posterior urethral valves  PUV 13 weeks  diaphragmatic hernia, right sided
   

 

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