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2009-09-15-11 Omphalocele and cephalocele © Rokade
Omphalocele and cephalocele
The following images show a case of omphalocele (with herniated bowel and liver) combined with cephalocele diagnosed at 14 weeks of a pregnancy.
Images 1, 2
: 14 weeks of pregnancy; the images show transverse scans of the fetal abdomen and omphalocele.
Images 3, 4
: 14 weeks of pregnancy; 3D scans. The image 3 shows the fetus holding the mass of the omphalocele in front its belly. The image 4 shows dorsal view at the fetus with a mass of encephalocele protruding out of the fetal skull.
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