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2009-04-11-10 Dacryocystocele © Peralta www.thefetus.net/

Dacryocystocele

Jesus Zurita Peralta, MD.

Centro Clínico de Maternidad Leopoldo Aguerrevere, Caracas,Venezuela.

Case report

The following images show a case of the dacryocystocele diagnosed at 30 weeks of a pregnancy.

 

Images 1, 2: 30 weeks; the image 1 demonstrates a transverse scan of the fetal face at the level of the fetal orbits with the dacryocystocele (arrow) localized in the left canthus. The image 2 demonstrates a fusion of the image 1 and a drawing explaining the position of the fetal head and location of the dacryocystocele (arrow).

  

Images 3, 4: 30 weeks; the image 3 demonstrates a parasagittal scan of the fetal face running through the left canthus with the cystic structure representing the dacryocystocele (arrow). The image 4 demonstrates a fusion of the image 3 and a drawing explaining the position of the fetal head and location of the dacryocystocele (arrow).

 

 

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