Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research, ISSN - 0973 - 709X

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Case report
Table of Contents - Year : 2016 | Month : June | Volume : 10 | Issue : 6 | Page : TD08 - TD10

Fetal MR Imaging Analysis of Sirenomelia with Clinico Radiographic Correlation: A Case Report TD08-TD10

Madhavi Nori, Raghavendra G. Prasad, Arvind K Reddy, Sandeep Reddy Cheguri

Correspondence
Dr. Madhavi Nori,
Associate Professor, Department of Radiology, PEH, Deccan College of Medical Sciences,
Hyderabad-500 002, India.
E-mail: madhavi_dr@hotmail.com

Sirenomelia is a social curiosity, a medical and diagnostic challenge prenatally compounded by varied diagnostic difficulties. Prenatal diagnosis of sirenomelia was and continues to be a challenge although von klippel et al., described a case at 10 weeks of gestational age. However, they needed a second imaging at 12th week for confirmation. First trimester or early second trimester anatomic survey on ultrasound and MRI is accurate for the diagnosis thereby avoiding unnecessary complex pregnancy. We report a case of second trimester diagnosed sirenomelia, with detailed analysis of image findings on ultrasound and fetal MRI.