What is the diagnosis?
Oesophageal atresia is seen as dilated fluid filled pouch posterior to trachea and absence of fluid in stomach
What are the other associated findings in this case?
Single umbilical artery, absent gastric fluid and polyhydramnios.
In view of absent gastric fluid and increasing polyhydramnios, what type of oesophageal atresia is suggested?
It appears to be isolated esophageal atresia without distal fistula.
Scanned at 28 weeks of gestation and 32 weeks of gestation.
Increasing polyhydramnios noted.
Single umbilical artery.
Stomach fluid was always absent.
Fetal neck showed fluid filled pouch posterior to trachea. This pouch filled up and emptied during scan. 3 times during 45 minute scan time at 28 weeks and 2 times during a 30 minute scan time at 32 weeks.