Agua Prieta, Sonora, Mexico.
A 28-year-old patient (G3P1) presented at 33 weeks of gestation for the first ultrasound scan during this current pregnancy. We have seen ectopia cordis, large omphalocele with herniated liver. The diagnosis based on the the ultrasound findings was Pentalogy of Cantrell. Patient delivered via cesarean section at 35 weeks of gestation. The baby died after delivery.
Images 1,2: Image1 shows a coronal view of the fetus, there is an ectopic heart (note arrow) and herniated liver below it. Image 2 shows the ectopic heart and herniated liver.