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Fig. 3 | Egyptian Journal of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine

Fig. 3

From: Added value of fetal MRI as a complementary method to antenatal ultrasound in the assessment of non-CNS fetal congenital anomalies

Fig. 3

25-year-old pregnant female at 21 weeks of gestation presenting with oligohydramnios. Prenatal ultrasound: ac revealed bilateral enlarged echogenic kidneys associated with ectatic lateral ventricles (white arrow) and shallow posterior fossa with increased nuchal fold (asterisk). Prenatal fetal MRI sequences revealed bilateral enlarged kidneys (infantile polycystic kidneys). Associated with IHBD (Caroli disease) (arrow head), spina bifida with meningocele (hollow arrow), lung hypoplasia and diffuse increase in nuchal fold …over all features matching with Meckel–Gruber syndrome: d sagittal eg axial T2-weighted SSFSE sequence. Diagnosis was Meckel–Gruber syndrome

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