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2011-11-24-10 Gastroschisis, first trimester © Cerekja www.TheFetus.net

Gastroschisis, first trimester

Albana Cerekja MD, PhD*; Juan Piazze MD PhD**.

* Ultrasound Division, ASL Roma B, Rome, Italy.
** Ultrasound Division, Ceprano Hospital, Ceprano, Italy.





Case report

These are some images and videos of gastroschisis diagnosed transabdominally at 11weeks + 3 days and confirmed also by transvaginal approach at 13 weeks.

Images 1, 2: 11 weeks 3 days; images show sagittal (Image 1) and transverse (Image 2) scans of the fetal abdomen with gastroschisis (arrows).

 

Videos 1, 2: 11 weeks 3 days; videos show sagittal (Video 1) and transverse (Video 2) scans of the fetal abdomen with gastroschisis (arrows).

 

Videos 3-5: 13 weeks; videos show sagittal transvaginal scans of the fetus with gastroschisis.

 


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