We present two cases of an abdominal calcifications discovered at 22 weeks of pregnancy. In both cases, the findings were isolated and there were no signs of infectious diseases or cystic fibrosis (normal bowel appearance and good visualization of the gallbladder). The findings remained unchanged during the rest of the pregnancies. The screening for TORCH infections was negative in both cases. Because of the absence of other anomalies, amniocentesis was not performed, but the parents had been tested for the most frequent mutations and the results were negative. The two healthy neonates were born without any problems and so we concluded the prenatal findings as the idiopathic abdominal calcifications.
Images 1, 2: 22 weeks; transverse abdominal views; the images show a stripe of linear calcifications located at the external border of the stomach.