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Korean J Radiol. 2002 Jan-Mar;3(1):64-73.

Prenatal ultrasound findings of fetal neoplasms.

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  • 1Department of Radiology, Samsung Cheil Hospital, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Seoul 100-380, Korea.

Abstract

A variety of neoplasms can develop in each fetal organ. Most fetal neoplasms can be detected by careful prenatal ultrasonographic examination. Some neoplasms show specific ultrasonographic findings suggesting the differential diagnosis, but others do not. Knowledge of the presence of a neoplasm in the fetus may alter the prenatal management of a pregnancy and the mode of delivery, and facilitates immediate postnatal treatment. During the last five years, we experienced 32 cases of fetal neoplasms in a variety of organs. We describe their typical ultrasonographic findings with correlating postnatal CT, MRI, and pathologic findings.

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