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2005-09-19-10 Case of the week #154 © Timor
Case of the week #154

October 26- November 10, 2005

Ilan Timor, MD, Ana Monteagudo, MD

New York University

This is a 28-year-old woman G2, P0 with a history of one spontaneous first trimester abortion. The family history and past medical history are unremarkable. The quad screen at 17 weeks was normal. She was referred at 36 weeks for a large BPD and hydrocephaly. The TORCH titers were negative.

The following ultrasound findings were noted:
Coronal sections of the brain:

Axial view of the brain:

Median plane:

3-D multiplanar views of the brain:

3-D power angiogram of the brain vessels:

The following are some of the video clips that have been obtained during grey-scale and color Doppler ultrasound scan:




These are some of the video clips of the fetal MRI:





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