MR allows better visualization of lung and liver: lung's signal is hyper T2W while liver's signal is hypo T2W.
MR confirms the right-sided diaphragmatic defect with an intrathoracic liver. Portal vein sinus is seen in the coronal and axial planes as a tubular structure without signal due to flow-voids.
Right lung is not seen.
Left lung is atrophic. Pulmonary volumetry 7 mL, while expected volumetry for gestational age is ~40 mL.
T1 sequence allows meconium identification: hence the colon is found here in the right abdominal upper quadrant. Note that liver is slightly hyper T1W compared to lung as well.