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  West African Journal of Radiology
 

Figure 4: (a and b) Prenatal ultrasound scan of a 22-week-old fetus with major omphalocele: Transverse views of the abdomen of the fetus show a large anterior abdominal wall defect (thick arrows) with extrusion of the abdominal contents (cross), which are covered by a thick membrane (notched arrow). There is also associated bilateral calyceal dilatation (stars) as well as ascites (curved arrow)

Figure 4: (a and b) Prenatal ultrasound scan of a 22-week-old fetus with major omphalocele: Transverse views of the abdomen of the fetus show a large anterior abdominal wall defect (thick arrows) with extrusion of the abdominal contents (cross), which are covered by a thick membrane (notched arrow). There is also associated bilateral calyceal dilatation (stars) as well as ascites (curved arrow)