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Fetal corpus callosum agenesis and supratentorial midline cyst

Case Study
Papaioannou, Georgia, M.D., Ph.D. Athens, Mitera Hospital Greece

Patient history

A 32-week-old gestational age fetus with corpus callosum agenesis and supratentorial midline cyst was imaged with the Panorama HFO system at Mitera Maternity and General Hospital, Athens, Greece.

MR examination

ST Body M coil was used. SSh T2W was performed on free maternal breathing.

Images

 SSh T2W SSh T2W
SSh T2W
SSh T2W
 T1W DWI
T1W
DWI

Coronal and sagittal SSh T2W images of a 32-week-old gestational age fetus show absence of corpus callosum and additionally presence of a supratentorial midline cyst with content similar to CSF as seen on T1W and DW images.

Diagnosis

Findings suggest corpus callosum agenesis and supratentorial midline cyst.

Clinical impact of Panorama HFO:

Panorama HFO with Ambient Experience helpes pregnant patients to feel more comfortable during fetal and maternal scanning.

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Panorama HFO
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Brain, Fetal, Neuro, Pediatric, ST Body M coil
 

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