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Fetal Aorta-Portal Vein-Umbilical Vein Anastomosis: Prenatal Diagnosis and Brief Review of Literature
Congenital hepatic arteriovenous fistulae (AVFs) are rare and occur in less than 1:100,000 live births and are linked with poor perinatal outcome. Hepatic arteriovenous malformation can be of three types, out of which we present a case of hepatic AVF with AV connection in a case of primigravida at 26 weeks gestation presented with fetal growth restriction and Doppler changes.
Keywordscongenital hepatic arteriovenous fistulae - fetal aorta-portal vein- umbilical vein anastomosis - fetal growth restriction - hepatic arteriovenous malformation - pseudo ductus venosus waveforms
Article published online:
20 June 2023
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