These images of a fetal brain from a routine ultrasound examination at 22 weeks' gestation revealed a rare congenital brain abnormality.
Case History: 40-year-old male with fracture undergoes pre-anesthetic fitness evaluation for intra-medullary nailing at the fracture site.
Challenge your diagnostic skills: Do these images depict normal limb growth?
After a discrepancy between gestational age and fundal height, an ultrasound exam revealed one of the most common congenital tumors deriving from germ cells.
Postabortal Placental Polyp or Uterine AVM? Saline Instillation Sonohysterography as a Diagnostic Aid
Postabortal placental polyps and uterine arteriovenous malformations can look identical on ultrasonography. Read how saline instillation sonohysterography helped discern the diagnosis.
A routine ultrasound exam of a 28-week fetus revealed what looked to be a cystic lesion. The addition of Doppler, however, changed the diagnostic picture.
This case report features an underappreciated clinical entity—angular pregnancy. What do you know about this rare obstetric complication?
A routine ultrasound exam reveals unexpected findings in the lungs of a 29-week fetus. What’s your diagnosis?
When this 32-year-old woman went for an ultrasound at 27-weeks into her pregnancy, a rare anomaly was found. Can you diagnose it?
A 34-year-old woman came for routine sonographic examination at 28-weeks gestational age, and a shocking fetal anomaly was discovered. Can you identify it?