Fetal Medicine @ Brown
WARREN ALPERT MEDICAL SCHOOL OF BROWN UNIVERSITY

 

 

BIOL 6505 - Introduction to Fetal Medicine

 

ASSIGNMENTS - MOCK M.A.D.A.M. CONFERENCE

Below are the cases that will be used for the Mock MADAM session and the student assignments.

FRIDAY, MARCH 24
4 PM
Room 275 (222 Richmond Street)

Case # 1 - Moderator: L. Aguiar
Non-identical twins (one male, one female), referred at 22 weeks for severe oligohydramnios of one twin (male). Ultrasound of the affected twin shows a very large bladder, some ascites and virtually no amniotic fluid. Female twin appears normal. Routine ultrasound 4 weeks ago was allegedly normal.

 

 Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist Steven Astafiev
 Pediatric Urologist Samantha Cappucino
 Ethicist Andrew Chang
 Fetal surgery specialist Julia Donner

 

Case # 4 - Moderator: S. Davis
A pregnant woman is referred at 24 weeks for a large mass in the chest of the fetus. There is mild polyhydramnios, severe right shift of the heart and mediastinum and no visible lung on the side of the mass.
Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist Johanna Suskin
Pediatric surgeon Tia Forsman
Neonatologist Katherine Fitch
Radiologist Jon Spiegel

 

Case # 5 - Moderator: D. Fearon
A 23-week-old fetus has an open neural tube defect (myelomeningocele) at approximately L5 level. The parents have been on the web, and are interested in fetal surgery.
Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist Hailey Fulkerson
Pediatric neurosurgeon Caroline Gordon
Ethicist Rachel Hill
Neonatologist Sravanthi Puranam

 

 

Case # 3 - Moderator: A. Kurkchubasdche

A 20-week-old fetus is found to have echogenic bowel on routine ultrasound. Both parents are Caucasian.

 

Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist Gabriel Gonzalez
Pediatric surgeon Grace Russo
Geneticist Naomie Shembo
Neonatologist Sheriff Blessed

 

 

Introduction

Objectives

MD-2000

 Schedule

Faculty

Syllabus

Slides

References

Evaluation

 Image Bank

Fetal Program

Fetal Treatment

M.A.D.A.M.

 Links