Describe 2 key abnormal sonographic findings
What is your differential diagnosis?

What is the diagnosis?
What common outflow tract anomaly is described in association with this abnormal finding?


Q1 What are the striking findings?
Q2 What 'Z score' measurements would you take?
Q3 Would you consider an advanced screening test (NIPT) or invasive genetic testing in this case ?


1) What are the key findings
2) Give your differential diagnosis


List the key abnormal findings
Give a differential diagnosis


This is a characteristic feature of which cardiac anomaly?

Which diagnosis would you include in this setting:
1) Tricuspid atresia with VSD
2) Pulmonary atresia with VSD
3) Severe Pulmonary valve stenosis
4) TOF with pulmonary atresia
5) Ebsteins with pulmonary stenosis


What differential diagnoses would you consider in these circumstances ?
a) Absent Pulmonary valve syndrome
b) Tetralogy of Fallot with Pulmonary atresia
c) Truncus Arteriosus
d) Pulmonary Stenosis
e) Pulmonary Atresia with VSD



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