Sonal Krishan, MD; Ravi Solanki, MD; Sumer Kumar Sethi, MBBS

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February 17, 2005

Abstract and Case Summary

A pregnant woman (gravida 2 para 1 with 1 live issue) was referred to our department for routine obstetrical ultrasound. There was no family history of any birth defects. Her first child was healthy. According to dates, the fetus was 31 weeks gestation. On ultrasound scanning, she had a single live intrauterine fetus with cephalic presentation of 32 ± 3 weeks by fetal biometry.

A pregnant woman (gravida 2 para 1 with 1 live issue) was referred to our department for routine obstetrical ultrasound. There was no family history of any birth defects. Her first child was healthy. According to dates, the fetus was 31 weeks gestation. On ultrasound scanning, she had a single live intrauterine fetus with cephalic presentation of 32 ± 3 weeks by fetal biometry (Figure 1).

Left parasagittal scan of fetus showing absence of a stomach bubble below the diaphragm.

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