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Final ID: Poster #: CR-002 (S)

10 años de Experiencia en Resonancia Fetal en un Hospital Universitario de Chile

Purpose or Case Report: La Resonancia Magnética fetal (RMF) es una herramienta de mucha utilidad en el estudio de muchas patologías en el período prenatal. En nuestro pais no existen registros oficiales respecto a la incidencia de hallazgos en resonancia fetal. El objetivo principal de este estudio es realizar un análisis descriptivo de diferentes patologías en RMF de una serie de 143 casos realziados en nuestra Institución. Los hallazgos se clasificaron según el tipo de patología y el órgano o área afectada (alteraciones de SNC, hernias diafragmáticas, masas pulmonares, defectos de pared abdominal, alteraciones urinarias, gastrointestinales) y estos datos fueron posteriormente analizados.

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Fetal Imaging / Neonatal

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