Images by Genevieve Carbonatto A 19 week pregnant woman presents with abdominal pain and ruptured membranes. Her scan shows lack of amniotic fluid around the fetus. Th legs are in the cervical canal.
Images by Genevieve Carbonatto A 7 week pregnant lady presents to the Emergency department with spotting. A scan through the pelvis demonstrates an empty uterus and what looks like a CL cyst or an ectopic tubal pregnancy in the left adnexa. Colour Doppler demonstrates a “ring of fire” of fire appearance. This can be present Read more about Unruptured left ectopic 7 weeks[…]
Images by Genevieve Carbonatto A 34 year old woman presented to the Emergency department with a at 6 weeks gestation with a palpable suprabupic mass and vaginal spotting. This is her scan. Small gestational “squashed’ by very large fibroid Small “squashed” gestational sac with fetal pole, active HB and round yolk sac visible Focus on gestational Read more about Very large uterine fibroid in patient with an early intrauterine pregancy[…]
Images by Genevieve Carbonatto A 9 week pregnant lady presents to the Emergency department with PV spotting. Her scan shows a retroverted uterus and twin pregnancies within one gesttaional sac. These are monozygotic twins. It is difficult to identify each twin seprately but there are definately 2 heart beats visible which can both berecorded using M Read more about Twins, single gestational sac, 9 weeks[…]
Images Genevieve Carbonatto A 7 week pregnant patient presents with acute onset abdominal pain. She has not had a scan before. Her scans show a large CL cyst, a small amount of fluid in the pouch of Douglas and an intrauterine pregancy Longitudinal view through pelvis. Large CL cyst seen superior to bladder, small Read more about Ruptured CL cyst, intrauterine pregnancy 7 weeks[…]
Images by Genevieve Carbonatto A 32 year old lady with a previous ectopic pregnancy presents to the Emergency department with abdominal pain and spotting. The pain is severe. The following is her transabdominal scan. In the longitudinal plane, the uterus is easily identified. It is empty. Posterior to the uterus there is a mixed large Read more about Ruptured ectopic 8 weeks[…]
Images by Genevieve Carbonatto A patient presents to the Emergency department 6 weeks pregnant. This is her scan Longitudinal view : Intrauterine gestational sac. Fanning through the uterus in the transverse plane: Intrauterine gestational sac Sac diameter 1.05cm. A fetal pole and heart beat should be visible if the mean gestational sac diameter is 2.5 cm Read more about 6 weeks, intrauterine gestational sac[…]
Images by Genevieve Carbonatto An 8 week pregnant lady presents to the Emergency department with PV bleeding. This is her scan. An intrauterine gestational sac is present. There is a fetal pole and no heart beat indicating either fetal demise or inadequate imaging. A transvaginal scan confirmed fetal demise.
Images by Genevieve Carbonatt0 PV spotting. Intrauterine pregnancy. Gestational sac + yolk sac visible Gestational sac clearly intrauterine. Yolk sac and fetal pole present Round yolk sac and fetal pole with heart beat visible when fanning across the gestation sac in zoomed view Fetal HB better visualised on zoomed view of gestational sac Read more about 7 weeks pregnant. Intrauterine pregnancy[…]
Images by Genevieve Carbonatto Intrauterine gestational sac visible with viable intrauterine pregnancy. Fetal pole and active HB visible Postprocessing zoom of gestational sac. Fetal HB just visible.