2006-06-07-10 Hepatic calcifications © Quintero www.thefetus.net/
Juan Carlos Quintero, MD
Universidad del Valle - Cali - Colombia
This is a 23-year-old primigravida, referred to our unit at 34 weeks for polyhydramnios. The ultrasound findings were ascites, associated hepatic calcifications and growth restriction. One week later, the baby died (stillbirth). A TORCH infection was suggested as the final diagnosis.