Congenital short-bowel syndrome: prenatal sonographic findings of a fatal anomaly.

Abstract

The sonographic findings in a fatal case of congenital short-bowel syndrome are reported. Sonography at 11 weeks of gestation showed a 11 x 6 mm hyperechoic mass interpreted to be a midgut umbilical hernia. A repeat scan 2 weeks later showed an intact anterior abdominal wall, no umbilical herniation, and appropriate fetal growth. Forty-eight hours after… (More)

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@article{Aviram1998CongenitalSS, title={Congenital short-bowel syndrome: prenatal sonographic findings of a fatal anomaly.}, author={Rami Aviram and Ilan Erez and T Z Dolfin and Stanley Katz and Yoram Beyth and Ronnie Tepper}, journal={Journal of clinical ultrasound : JCU}, year={1998}, volume={26 2}, pages={106-8} }