Sonographic features of ileal duplication cyst at 12 weeks
ABSTRACT Enteric duplication cyst is a congenital abnormality that is believed to arise from abnormal recanalization of the bowel during embryogenesis. Previous reports suggest that the condition may be suspected prenatally by sonographic demonstration of an intra-abdominal cystic mass in the second and third trimesters. We present the sonographic features of a fetus with ileal duplication cyst at 12 weeks of gestation, which show that the condition may present in the first trimester of pregnancy.
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ABSTRACT: This article studies the aim of ultrasounds for the follow-up of first trimester normal or pathological pregnancy. Two periods are analysed : before and after 11 weeks of gestation. Thus are particularly studied : fetal nuchal translucency and her aim for appraise the risk of aneuploidy, first study of fetal anatomy and detection of fetal structural abnormalities, multiple gestations and diagnostic of chorionicityEMC - Radiologie 02/2004; 1(1):68-97. DOI:10.1016/j.emcrad.2003.10.003
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ABSTRACT: We present a case of esophageal and ileal duplications at 18 weeks of gestation. Transabdominal ultrasonography of the fetus showed multiple cystic masses of 12 to 17 mm in diameter and continuity with each other in the abdomen and a unilocular cystic mass of 15 mm in diameter in the posterior mediastinum. The cystic mass filled the abdominal cavity with signs of intestinal obstruction. The thoracic cystic mass was tubular, sausage-shaped and behind the heart, which was displaced to the antero-lateral wall of the chest. Amniocentesis revealed a normal fetal karyotype 46,XY. Peristaltic movements in the abdominal cystic structure at 30 weeks of gestation suggested dilated intestinal loops. Follow-up ultrasound examinations showed polyhydramnios with amniotic fluid index of 30 cm and gradual enlargement of the cystic structures to 50 mm in the abdomen and 30 mm in the posterior mediastinum at 38 weeks of gestation. A male infant weighing 3900 g was delivered. Postnatal ultrasonographic examination and the findings of magnetic resonance imaging also suggested enteric duplication cysts. Prenatal diagnosis allowed prompt neonatal evaluation and surgical treatment of the esophageal and the ileal duplications, which was confirmed by pathological examination.Prenatal Diagnosis 12/2004; 24(12):969-71. DOI:10.1002/pd.1033 · 3.27 Impact Factor