testA 25-year-old primigravida in a nonconsanguinous relationship presents for routine screening. Her past medical and family history are unremarkable. Initial screening was described as normal. The second screening was delayed until 25-26 weeks of gestation, and shows the following findings.
25-26 weeks transverse and parasagittal scans of the fetal thorax with the cystic lesions consisting with the congenital adenomatoid malformation of the right lung.
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