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Above.  Normal fetal CNS at 22 2/7ths weeks.  Key fetal anatomy includes the choroid plexus, the septum cavum pellucidi (SCP), the lateral ventricles, and the corpus callosum.  The pericallosal artery is a continuation of the anterior cerebral artery and it continues superiorly and posteriorly supplying the corpus callosum and the medial aspect of the cerebral hemisphere.  Video Courtesy:  Dr. Mayank Chowdhury; Pallav Imaging Institute, Mayflower Women’s Hospital, Ahmedabad, India.

 

Above.  Fetal Heart.  Normal 4 chamber view with LV (left ventricle) and ascending aorta identified.  The color Doppler indicates the aortic blood flow is, as expected, towards (red) the transducer.

 

Above.  Fetal Heart.  Normal LVOT (Left ventricular outflow tract).  Note LV (left ventricle) with the aorta and aortic valve visible.  This represents a key view (circled in red) for defining a VSD (ventricular septal defect).

 

Above.  Fetal Heart.  Normal.  A short axis view demonstrating the RV (right ventricle), the MPA (main pulmonary artery), and the PV (pulmonary valve).  In this view, the aorta is seen as the MPA crosses over it.

 

Above.  Fetal Heart.  Normal 3 Vessel View.  Slightly oblique transverse view of chest demonstrating the 3 vessel view in appropriate order:  the MPA (main pulmonary artery), the aorta, and the SVC (superior vena cava).

 

Above.  Fetoscopy, FETO.  This fetal video demonstrates placement of a small fetoscope within the trachea and placement of a detachable balloon to complete the fetal endoscopic tracheal occlusion in cases of severe congenital diaphragmatic hernia.

 

Above.  Laser, TTTS.  This video demonstrates fetoscopic laser photocoagulation of placental vessels in twin-twin transfusion syndrome utilizing the Solomon technique.

 

Above.  Cervical myelomeningocele.  Transverse view of the cervical spine with myelomeningocele.

 

Above.  Fetal Heart.  Ebstein anomaly with displacement of the tricuspid valve, atrialized right ventricle (ARV), and functional right ventricle (FRV);  RA= large right atrium, LV=left ventricle,  RV=right ventricle.

 

Above.  Fetal Heart.  Tricuspid valve dysplasia.  No displacement of the TV (tricuspid valve);  RA= large right atrium,  LV=left ventricle,  RV=right ventricle.

 

Above.  Umbilical cord cyst.  Mid-trimester scan.  Video Courtesy:  Firoz Bhuvar, MD (World Ultrasound, color Doppler and Echo Society).