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2014-12-01-22 Answer to the case of the week #384 © Bronshtein www.TheFetus.net 

Answer to the case of the week #384

December 11, 2014 - January 01, 2015

Moshe Bronshtein, MD.

Haifa, Rambam, Israel.

 

Case report

Following images and videos show a case of a 15 weeks old fetus with right-sided aortic arch and right ductal archThe finding is asymptomatic as no vascular ring is present in this case. For more details see the article "Aortic arch anomalies" published at the fetus.net website.

Videos 1, 2, and video 1: 15 weeks of gestation; the images and videos show transverse sweep depicting pulmonary artery, ductus arteriosus, aorta and their relation to the trachea. The arrangement represents combination of the right ductus arteriosus in combination with the right-sided aortic arch. The finding is asymptomatic as no vascular ring is present in this case.

 




Images 3, 4: Labeled images explaining arrangement of the pulmonary artery (PA), aorta (Ao), trachea (Tr) in our case. For more details see the article "Aortic arch anomalies" published at the fetus.net website.


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