Meconium peritonitis: prenatal sonographic findings and their clinical significance.

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Ultrasonographic (US) findings were correlated with clinical outcome in seven cases of meconium peritonitis detected with prenatal US during a 2-year period. Nineteen previously reported cases were also reviewed. US findings included intraabdominal calcifications (n = six cases), fetal ascites (n = 3), echogenic ascites without calcifications (n = 1), bowel… (More)

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@article{Foster1987MeconiumPP, title={Meconium peritonitis: prenatal sonographic findings and their clinical significance.}, author={Michael A. Foster and David A. Nyberg and Barry S Mahony and Laurence A. Mack and William M. Marks and Rodney D Raabe}, journal={Radiology}, year={1987}, volume={165 3}, pages={661-5} }