Saccrococcygeal teratoma

Jayprakash Shah MD; FICOG

Rajni Fetal Medicine center, Ahmedabad, India

Case report:

This case was watched right throught pregnancy, AV malformation was ruled out, no hydrop changes. Sacrococcygeal teratoma type I was confirmed by MRI in 3rd trimester, operated upon with healthy baby delivered uneventfully, no neurological or other complications.


Figure 1-3: Normal biometry and normal brain.

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Figure 4, 5: The cystic mass in the lower abdomen.

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Figure 6-9: Postnatal baby with the mass protruding at the bottom of the buttock.

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Video 1-3: Showing the cystic mass at lower abdomen right in front of the spine and localized in pelvis.

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