Extrathoracic Pulmonary Sequestration Detected By Antenatal Ultrasonography
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The Correlation of Ultrasound and Magnetic Resonance Imaging
By the inclusion of ultrasonography into antenatal follow-up for the last three decades, it has become possible to do prenatal early diag-nosis of many pulmonary and thoracic congen-ital anomalies. Within this group, there are con-genital cystic adnomatoid malformation, pul-monary sequestration and bronchogenic cysts.
Case Report An Unusual Left Upper Quadrant Mass: A
ey are o en detected on antenatal ultrasonography. Hydrops occasionally occurs, presumably as a result of vascular compression. In a series of pregnancies whereby extralobar sequestration was detected antenatally [ ], the lesion was detected during the second trimester on routine screening, the lesion resolved in
Congenital Lung Abnormalities: Embryologic Features, Prenatal
Congenital lung abnormalities are being detected more frequently at routine high-resolution prenatal ultrasonography. The most commonly encountered anomalies include lung agenesis-hypoplasia complex (pul-monary underdevelopment), congenital pulmonary airway malforma-tions, congenital lobar overinflation, bronchial atresia, bronchogenic