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2013-10-25-10 Case of the week #360 © Deblieck 

Case of the week #360

January 09, 2014 - January 23, 2014

Philippe Deblieck, MD.

Schermbecker Landstr. 88a, 46485 Wesel, Germany.

Case report

A 30-year-old woman (G3P1) visited our office for regullar ultrasonographic assesment of peak velocity systolic blood flow in the middle cerebral artery, biometry, and fetal well-being at 32 weeks of pregnancy. Her second trimester ultrasonographic screening was normal. 

The patient had fought off an 
acute Parvovirus infection at 16th week of gestation. Later she had been diagnosed with gestational diabetes and was placed on insulin regimen from 26th week. 

Our ultrasonographic examination at 32 weeks revealed following finding:

Images 1, 2, and video 1: 32 weeks of gestation.


Images 3, 4, and video 2: 32 weeks of gestation.


Postnatal images

Images 5, 6, 7: Postnatal ultrasonographic examination of the newborn.


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