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WARREN ALPERT MEDICAL SCHOOL OF BROWN UNIVERSITY

The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

BIOL 6505 - Introduction to Fetal Medicine

IMAGE BANK

Below are links to fetal Images relevant to the course. They are meant to complement the didactic material (including syllabus, references course pack and lecture slides. These Images are also part of a larger (and searchable) collection of clinical slides in fetal medicine, pediatric surgery and other specialties. Please read the cautionary note below.

WARNING: These pages contain clinical and radiologic Images related to fetal medicine. This "virtual atlas" is intended to help students, residents, fellows and other medical specialists in their understanding of fetal conditions. These Images can be used for personal (not commercial) use, but a reference to their origin would be appreciated. Some of the clinical Images are graphic in nature and may not be suitable for viewing by everyone.

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FETAL ULTRASOUND:

Abdominal wall defect (ultrasound image)
Dilated bowel loops in gastroschisis Thickened bowel wall in gastroschisis

FETAL MRI:

Diaphragmatic hernia (MRI): intestinal loops in L chest cavity (arrow), *liver and R diaphragm

Cervical teratoma (MRI); note size of lesion (arrows) compared with fetus' skull (*)

Cloacal exstrophy (MRI); note urinary ascites (arrow), severe hydronephrosis (*)

PULMONARY ANOMALIES:

Large bronchogenic cyst (arrows) (lateral chest radiograph)

Large bronchogenic cyst in a 2-month-old (thoracoscopic view)

Extralobar sequestration (arrows: aberrant vessels); thoracoscopic view

Chest radiograph of large CCAM in a newborn

intrapulmonary CCAM

Infected CCAM lLL (5-year-old)

CONGENITAL DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIA:

Left-sided diaphragmatic hernia in a newborn

Severe diaphragmatic hernia with stomach (NGT) and left lobe of liver (umbilical vein catheter) in chest (arrows)

Small left-sided diaphragmatic hernia (arrow: diaphragmatic rim)

Left-sided diaphragmatic hernia in a newborn

VISCERAL AND PARIETAL ANOMALIES (INCLUDING FETAL TUMORS):

Gastroschisis in a full-term infant; minimal to no "peel"

intestinal "peel" in a ruptured omphalocele

omphalocele (note umbilical cord insertion on the sac)

Congenital cervical teratoma (airway control at the time of planned Cesarean delivery)

Newborn with large cervical vascular malformation

Large sacrococcygeal teratoma in a newborn

Teratoma left ovary (laparoscopic view)

Corkscrew sign in midgut volvulus

TWIN GESTATIONS:

Twin to twin transfusion syndrome - recipient twin (note dilated stomach (*) and bladder (arrow)
Twin to twin transfusion syndrome - donor twin ("stuck" against placental surface (*) because of oligohydramnios

Introduction

Objectives

MD-2000

 Schedule

Faculty

Syllabus

Slides

References

Evaluation

 Image Bank

Fetal Program

Fetal Treatment

M.A.D.A.M.

 Links