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2010-03-01-10 Case of the week #272 © Srisantiroj
Case of the week #272

July 15 - July 29, 2010.

Nattinee Srisantiroj MD., Tharinee Lumluk MD., Podjanee Padungkiatwattana MD., Somchai Sirijareonthai MD., Prapon Jaruyawong MD.

Fetal-maternal medicine unit, Department of Obstetric and Gynecology, Rajavithi hospital, Bangkok,Thailand.

Case report

A 28-year-old G1P0 was referred for an ultrasound examination at 28 weeks of gestation. Her previous ultrasound performed at 19 weeks was unremarkable.
Patient delivered prematurelly at 30 weeks due to a preterm rupture of membranes. Neonate died first day after delivery.
The ultrasound examination showed the following findings.

Images 1,2: 28 weeks.

Images 3-6: Thorax and upper extremity at 28 weeks.

Image 7,8: 3-D images.

Video 1,2,3: Videos from the ultrasound examination at 28 weeks. 

Video 3: Video shows small thorax, enlarged liver, and micromelic, angulated bones.

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