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VACTERL - Vertebral Defect

Last menstrual period GA was 20 weeks 5 days. Measured fetal parameters of biparietal diameter such as head circumference, humerus, ulna, and radius showed foetus corresponding to 18–19 weeks.

Hemi-vertebra noted in lumbo-sacral region of spine (arrow)


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Reference

Gaur NK & Gokhale S. (2018). VACTERL association - Ultrasound findings and autopsy correlation. Indian J Radiol Imaging , 28, 452-455. PMID: 30662209 DOI.

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