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Table 1 Demography, imaging findings, postnatal outcome, and follow-up details of patients with fetal diaphragmatic anomalies included in the study

From: Fetal magnetic resonance imaging in the evaluation of congenital diaphragmatic anomalies

S. no. Gestational age at diagnosis (weeks) Herniated contents Laterality of the diaphragmatic anomaly LHR (%) MRI diagnosis Final diagnosis Outcome
1 31 Stomach, small and large bowel Left 22.4 CDH CDH Died immediately after birth
2 30 Stomach, small and large bowel Left 18.4 CDH CDH Died immediately after birth
3 22 Stomach, part of liver, small and large bowel Bilateral Not calculated CDH CDH Died immediately after birth
4 21 Stomach, part of liver, and small bowel Left 42.5 CDH CDH Died immediately after birth
5 24 Stomach, part of liver Left 42 CDE CDE Died 1 month after surgery
6 24 Liver Right 15.5 CDE CDE TOP
7 21 Stomach and part of liver Left 34.5 CDE CDE Operated, doing well
8 32 Stomach, small and large bowel Left 41.6 CDH CDE Conservative management, doing well
9 24 Stomach and small bowel. Left 13 CDE CDE TOP
10 21 Stomach, small and large bowel Left 79.8 CDH CDH Operated, doing well
11 29 Stomach, small and large bowel Left 48 CDH CDH Operated, doing well
12 21 Stomach, part of liver, small and large bowel Left 52 CDE CDE Conservative management, doing well
  1. CDE congenital diaphragmatic eventration, CDH congenital diaphragmatic hernia, LHR lung head ratio (observed LHR/expected LHR × 100) expressed as percentage, TOP termination of pregnancy