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Omphalocele

Smietana EMS - MedPix (2007)

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Affiliation: National Capital Consortium

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Omphalocele

History: 30 week fetus with abnormal ultrasound.

Findings: Sagittal and axial T2W MRI images demonstrate a well-defined ovoid sac immediately adjacent to the anterior abdominal wall. The sac is in continuity with the intraperitoneal contents through a small central defect. The sac appears to be filled primarily with bowel. No other anomalies were noted.

Ddx: • Omphalocele • Gastroschisis

Dxhow: Typical appearance on imaging

Exam: Physical exam is not applicable

No MeSH data available.


Sagittal T2W MRI image demonstrates a well-defined ovoid sac immediately adjacent to the anterior abdominal wall and is in continuity with the intraperitoneal contents.  The sac is filled primarily with bowel.
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Omphalocele

Smietana EMS - MedPix (2007)

Sagittal T2W MRI image demonstrates a well-defined ovoid sac immediately adjacent to the anterior abdominal wall and is in continuity with the intraperitoneal contents.  The sac is filled primarily with bowel.
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MPX1437_synpic35749: Sagittal T2W MRI image demonstrates a well-defined ovoid sac immediately adjacent to the anterior abdominal wall and is in continuity with the intraperitoneal contents. The sac is filled primarily with bowel.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: National Capital Consortium

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Omphalocele

History: 30 week fetus with abnormal ultrasound.

Findings: Sagittal and axial T2W MRI images demonstrate a well-defined ovoid sac immediately adjacent to the anterior abdominal wall. The sac is in continuity with the intraperitoneal contents through a small central defect. The sac appears to be filled primarily with bowel. No other anomalies were noted.

Ddx: • Omphalocele • Gastroschisis

Dxhow: Typical appearance on imaging

Exam: Physical exam is not applicable

No MeSH data available.