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Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol. 2003 Dec;22(6):646-7.

Umbilical cord edema associated with patent urachus.

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  • 1Universit├Ąts-Frauenklinik Basel, Basel, Switzerland. mschiesser@uhbs.ch

Abstract

Umbilical cord anomalies can often be detected prenatally by ultrasound, but a definitive prenatal diagnosis is not always possible. We present a case with increasing edema of the Wharton's jelly followed by the development of pseudocysts in the proximal umbilical cord due to a patent urachus. The first abnormal findings were detected by ultrasound in the 14th week of gestation. Differential diagnoses and their influence on surveillance and birth management are discussed.

Copyright 2003 ISUOG. Published by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

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