Prenatal diagnosis of a huge facial tumor: report of a rare case and literature review.

Neonatal tumors are reported to occur in approximately 17-121 per million live births worldwide. They are often diagnosed by ultrasonography after mid-pregnancy. Teratomas are the most frequent solid neoplasms, accounting for between one-quarter and one-third of cases. Here, we describe the prenatal diagnosis of a fetal face teratoma located on the right… CONTINUE READING