AffiliationAcademic Department of Surgery, University College, Cork and Cork University, Hospital, Ireland.
*Diseases in Twins
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CitationPrenat Diagn. 2002 May;22(5):430-2.
AbstractWe report a case of a twin pregnancy which was complicated by a twin-twin transfusion in which the recipient twin was noted to have an intra-abdominal echogenic mass. This twin died at two days of age of hepatic infarction. The donor twin was healthy at birth, at thirty weeks' gestation, and did not have any subsequent problems. Fetal intra-abdominal echogenicity may be a marker of hepatic infarction.
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