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Fig. 7 | BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth

Fig. 7

From: Screening for congenital fetal anomalies in low risk pregnancy: the Kenyatta National Hospital experience

Fig. 7

These images are from a mother age range 25–29 years Gravida 3 who presented with a history of abdominal pain and fundal height not corresponding to dates. On examination, the stomach was not visualized during the entire scan period and there was polyhydramnios. A possibility of esophageal atresia was entertained. Upon delivery, the mother reported inability to feed and was informed of a possible “cardiac problem”. Unfortunately, infant demise occurred a few days post-delivery

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