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2007-10-24-16 Meckel Gruber syndrome © Syla www.thefetus.net/
Meckel Gruber syndrome 

Bajram H. Syla, MD*; Shqipe Fetiu, MD**; Shpresa Tafarshiku, MD*.

*   Gynecological Clinic  “Dr. Bajrami” , Ferizaj , Kosova;
**  University Clinical Center – Gynecological Clinic, Pristine, Kosova.

 

Case report

 

A 35-year-old woman (G7P4) came for a routine scanning at 28th week of pregnancy. Our examination revealed the occipital encephalocele, microcephaly, polycystic kidneys (type I), and anhydramnios.

Images 1 and 2: 28 weeks of pregnancy; transverse scans of the fetal skull showing the encephalocele.

 

Images 3 and 4: 28 weeks of pregnancy; transverse scans of the fetal skull showing the encephalocele.

 

Images 5 and 6: 28 weeks of pregnancy; parasagittal scans through the enlarged polycystic fetal kidneys (type I).

 

Images 7 and 8: 28 weeks of pregnancy; the images show scans through the enlarged polycystic fetal kidneys (type I).

 

Videos 1 and 2: 28 weeks of pregnancy; the video 1 shows the enlarged fetal kidneys; and the video 2 shows a transverse scan of the fetal skull with the encephalocele.

 

Images 9 and 10: Pathological specimens showing the newborn with the encephalocele.

 

 

 

 

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