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NAME OF PATIENT

IJIMAKINWA OMOLOLA

AGE

REFERRING HOSPITAL

DATE

ADULT

PRIVATE

15 - 01 -13

PROCEDURE: A single viable intrauterine gestation is visualised in longitudinal lie


and cephalic presentation. (pls refer to the obstetric scan report for details)
ANOMALY SCAN FINDINGS
1. FACE The nose and ears appear normal. The maxilla, lips and
mandibles are visualised with no deformities detected.
2. NECK The thyroid gland is within normal limits. No masses seen.
3. CHEST The four chambers of the heart are clearly delineated in the
normal left of midline position. Foetal heart rate is 133 bpm. Nil cysts.
4. CNS The cerebellum is visualised. The cisterna magna and lateral
ventricular width are within normal limits. The cavum septi pellucidi
and atrium of the lateral ventricles are normal. The foetal cervical,
thoracic, lumbar and sacral spine were imaged in the longitudinal and
transverse planes with no abnormality noted.
5. MSS No abnormality detected in the limbs, hands, feet and vertebral
spines. No masses seen in the trunk. Nil defects in the dorsal and
ventral trunk. 3 vessel cord and abdominal cord insertion were
visualised without evidence of anomaly. The skin thickness is within
normal limits.
6. GIT The stomach, liver, spleen and bowel loops appear normal.

7. UGS The kidneys and bladder are within normal limits. The genitalia
is not ambiguous. The labia majora is well formed.

IMPRESSION: Viable normal singleton.

NB: A loop of the umbilical cord was sighted around the foetal neck.

DR

OJI C.O.
M.B.B.S

NAME OF PATIENT
OKPIABHELE, BOSE

AGE

REFERRING HOSPITAL

DATE

ADULT

PRIVATE

07 - 03 -13

PROCEDURE: Viable dichorionic diamniotic twin intrauterine gestation were


visualised and scanned using a convex probe in both two and four dimensional scan
formats. (pls refer to the obstetric scan report for details)
ANOMALY SCAN FINDINGS (both foetuses)
1. FACE The nose and ears appear normal. The maxilla, lips and mandibles are
visualised with no deformities detected.
2. NECK The thyroid gland is within normal limits. No masses seen.
3. CHEST The four chambers of the heart are clearly delineated in the normal left
of midline position. Foetal heart beat is present and regular with a range of 145150bpm. Nil cysts.
4. CNS The cerebellum is visualised. The cisterna magna and lateral ventricular
width are within normal limits. The cavum septi pellucidi and atrium of the

lateral ventricles are normal. The foetal cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral
spine were imaged in the longitudinal and transverse planes with no abnormality
noted.
5. MSS No abnormality detected in the limbs, hands, feet and vertebral spines. No
masses seen in the trunk. Nil defects in the dorsal and ventral trunk. 3 vessel
cord and abdominal cord insertion were visualised without evidence of anomaly.
The skin thickness is within normal limits.
6. GIT The stomach, liver, spleen and bowel loops appear normal.
7. UGS The kidneys and bladder are within normal limits. The genitalia is not
ambiguous. The labia majora is well formed.

IMPRESSION: Viable normal twins.

DR OJI C.O.
M.B.,B.S

NAME OF PATIENT

ADEYEMI, ORIYOMI

AGE

REFERRING HOSPITAL

DATE

ADULT

PRIVATE

14 - 03 -13

PROCEDURE: A single viable intrauterine gestation is visualised and scanned using


a convex probe in both two and four dimensional scan formats. (pls refer to the
obstetric scan report)
ANOMALY SCAN FINDINGS
1. FACE The nose and ears appear normal. The maxilla, lips and mandibles are
visualised with no deformities detected.
2. NECK The thyroid gland is within normal limits. No masses seen.
3. CHEST The four chambers of the heart are clearly delineated in the normal left
of midline position. Foetal heart rate is within normal limits. Nil cysts.
4. CNS The cerebellum is visualised. The cisterna magna and lateral ventricular
width are within normal limits. The cavum septi pellucidi and atrium of the
lateral ventricles are normal. The foetal cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral
spine were imaged in the longitudinal and transverse planes with no
abnormality noted.
5. MSS No abnormality detected in the limbs, hands, feet and vertebral spines.
No masses seen in the trunk. Nil defects in the dorsal and ventral trunk. 3
vessel cord and abdominal cord insertion were visualised without evidence of
anomaly. The skin thickness is within normal limits.
6. GIT The stomach and duodenum are distended with echofree fluid (the double
bubble sign), leaving the small and large bowel loops without air or fluid. The
liver and spleen appear normal.
7. UGS The kidneys and bladder are within normal limits. The genitalia is not
ambiguous. The scrotal sac is seen with both testis. The penile shaft is well
formed.

IMPRESSION: Duodenal atresia.


NB: There is associated Polyhydramnios.

OJI C.O.
M.B.,B.S.

DR

NAME OF PATIENT

PHILIP, ENIOLA

AGE

REFERRING HOSPITAL

DATE

ADULT

AGH

27-0-13

PROCEDURE: A single viable intrauterine gestation is visualised and scanned using


a convex probe in both two and four dimensional scan formats. (pls refer to the
obstetric scan report)
ANOMALY SCAN FINDINGS
1. FACE The nose and ears appear normal. The maxilla, lips and mandibles are
visualised with no deformities detected.
2. NECK The thyroid gland is within normal limits. No masses seen.
3. CHEST The four chambers of the heart are clearly delineated in the normal
left of midline position. Foetal heart rate is within normal limits. Nil cysts.
4. CNS The skull is absent as well as some of the brain tissue. The brain tissue
present has an irregular lobular outline and sways to the left and right because
nothing confines it hence making brain parts indistinguishable. The foetal
cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral spine were imaged in the longitudinal and
transverse planes with no abnormality noted.
5. MSS No abnormality detected in the limbs, hands, feet and vertebral spines.
No masses seen in the trunk. Nil defects in the dorsal and ventral trunk. 3 vessel
cord and abdominal cord insertion were visualised without evidence of anomaly.
The skin thickness is within normal limits.
6. GIT The stomach, liver, spleen and bowel loops appear normal.

7. UGS The kidneys and bladder are within normal limits. The genitalia is not
ambiguous. The labia majora is well formed.

IMPRESSION: Exencephaly.

NB: There is associated Polyhydramnios.

C.O.

DR OJI

M.B.,B.S

NAME OF PATIENT

AGE

REFERRING HOSPITAL

DATE

KOSOKO, RONKE

37YRS

AGH

03-09-13

PROCEDURE: A single viable intrauterine gestation is visualised in longitudinal lie


and cephalic presentation. (pls refer to the obstetric scan report for details)
ANOMALY SCAN FINDINGS
1. FACE The nose and ears appear normal. The maxilla, lips and
mandibles are visualised with no deformities detected.
2. NECK The thyroid gland is within normal limits. No masses seen.
3. CHEST The four chambers of the heart are clearly delineated in the
normal left of midline position. Foetal heart rate is 140bpm. Nil cysts.
4. CNS The cerebellum is visualised. The cisterna magna and lateral
ventricular width are within normal limits. The cavum septi pellucidi and
atrium of the lateral ventricles are normal. The foetal cervical, thoracic,
lumbar and sacral spine were imaged in the longitudinal and transverse
planes with no abnormality noted.

5. MSS No abnormality detected in the limbs, hands, feet and vertebral


spines. No masses seen in the trunk. Nil defects in the dorsal and ventral
trunk. 3 vessel cord and abdominal cord insertion were visualised without
evidence of anomaly. The skin thickness is within normal limits.
6. GIT The stomach, liver, spleen and bowel loops appear normal.
7. UGS The kidneys and bladder are within normal limits. The genitalia is
not ambiguous. The scrotal sac is seen with both testis. The penile shaft
is well formed.

IMPRESSION: Viable normal singleton.


NB: A loop of the umbilical cord was sighted around the foetal chest and neck.

OJI C.O.
M.B.,B.S

DR

NAME OF PATIENT

AGE

REFERRING HOSPITAL

DATE

KADR, TEMITOPE

AD

PVT

06-09-13

PROCEDURE: A single viable intrauterine gestation is visualised in longitudinal lie


and cephalic presentation. (pls refer to the obstetric scan report for details)
ANOMALY SCAN FINDINGS
1. FACE The nose and ears appear normal. The maxilla, lips and
mandibles are visualised with no deformities detected.
2. NECK The thyroid gland is within normal limits. No masses seen.
3. CHEST The four chambers of the heart are clearly delineated in the
normal left of midline position. Nil cysts.
4. CNS The cerebellum is visualised. The cisterna magna and lateral
ventricular width are within normal limits. The cavum septi pellucidi
and atrium of the lateral ventricles are normal. The foetal cervical,
thoracic, lumbar and sacral spine were imaged in the longitudinal and
transverse planes with no abnormality noted.
5. MSS No abnormality detected in the limbs, hands, feet and vertebral
spines. No masses seen in the trunk. Nil defects in the dorsal and
ventral trunk. 3 vessel cord and abdominal cord insertion were
visualised without evidence of anomaly. The skin thickness is within
normal limits.
6. GIT The stomach, liver, spleen and bowel loops appear normal.
7. UGS The kidneys and bladder are within normal limits. The genitalia
is not ambiguous. The labia majora is well formed.

IMPRESSION: Viable normal singleton.

OJI C.O.
M.B.,B.S

DR

NAME OF PATIENT

AGE

REFERRING HOSPITAL

DATE

EGBUJOR, AMY

32YRS

BOB

23-09-13

PROCEDURE: A single viable intrauterine gestation is visualised in longitudinal lie


and breech presentation. (pls refer to the obstetric scan report for details)
ANOMALY SCAN FINDINGS
8. FACE The nose and ears appear normal. The maxilla, lips and
mandibles are visualised with no deformities detected.
9. NECK The thyroid gland is within normal limits. No masses seen.
10. CHEST The four chambers of the heart are clearly delineated in the
normal left of midline position. Nil cysts.
11. CNS The cerebellum is visualised. The cisterna magna and lateral
ventricular width are within normal limits. The cavum septi pellucidi and
atrium of the lateral ventricles are normal. The foetal cervical, thoracic,
lumbar and sacral spine were imaged in the longitudinal and transverse
planes with no abnormality noted.
12. MSS No abnormality detected in the limbs, hands, feet and vertebral
spines. No masses seen in the trunk. Nil defects in the dorsal and ventral
trunk. 3 vessel cord and abdominal cord insertion were visualised without
evidence of anomaly. The skin thickness is within normal limits.
13. GIT The stomach, liver, spleen and bowel loops appear normal.
14. UGS The kidneys and bladder are within normal limits. The genitalia
is not ambiguous. The scrotal sac is seen with both testicles. The penile
shaft is well formed.

IMPRESSION: Viable normal singleton.

NB: A loop of the umbilical cord was sighted around the foetal right hand,chest and neck.

OJI C.O.
M.B.,B.S

DR

NAME OF PATIENT

AGE

REFERRING HOSPITAL

DATE

ABDULRAHEEM, AZEEZAT

29YRS

AGH

13-01-14

PROCEDURE: A single viable intrauterine gestation is visualised in longitudinal lie


and cephalic presentation. The amniotic fluid index (AFI) measured 40.56cm,
indicative of severe Polyhydramnios.
ANOMALY SCAN FINDINGS
1. FACE The nose and ears appear normal. The maxilla, lips and mandibles are visualised
with no deformities detected.
2. NECK The thyroid gland is within normal limits. No masses seen.
3. CHEST The four chambers of the heart are clearly delineated in the normal left of midline
position. Average foetal heart rate is 144bpm. Nil cysts.
4. CNS The cerebrum and cerebellum are visualised. The cisterna magna and lateral
ventricular width are within normal limits. The cavum septi pellucidi and atrium of the lateral
ventricles are normal. The foetal cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral spine were imaged in the
longitudinal and transverse planes with no abnormality noted.
5. MSS No abnormality detected in the limbs, hands, feet and vertebral spines. No masses
seen in the trunk. Nil defects in the dorsal and ventral trunk. 3 vessel cord and abdominal cord
insertion were visualised without evidence of anomaly. The skin thickness is within normal
limits.
6. GIT The stomach, duodenum, liver, spleen and bowel loops appear normal.
7. UGS The kidneys and bladder are within normal limits. The genitalia is not ambiguous. The
scrotal sac is seen with both testis. However a mild to moderate collection of echofree fluid is
sighted in the tunica vaginalis of the right hemiscrotal sac, suggestive of a hydrocoele. The
penile shaft is well formed.

IMPRESSION: Severe Polyhydramnios and congenital right sided hydrocoele in

a viable male singleton.


NB: A loop of the umbilical cord was sighted around the foetal chest and neck.

OJI C.O.
M.B.,B.S

DR

NAME OF PATIENT

AGE

REFERRING HOSPITAL

DATE

BAKARE, RUKAYAT

AD

MTQ

11-02-14

PROCEDURE: A single viable intrauterine gestation is visualised in longitudinal lie


and cephalic presentation. (pls refer to the obstetric scan report for details)
ANOMALY SCAN FINDINGS
1. FACE The nose and ears appear normal. The maxilla, lips and mandibles are
visualised with no deformities detected.
2. NECK The thyroid gland is within normal limits. No masses seen.
3. CHEST The four chambers of the heart are clearly delineated in the normal left
of midline position. Average foetal heart rate is 146bpm. Nil cysts.
4. CNS The cerebellum is visualised. The cisterna magna and lateral ventricular
width are within normal limits. The cavum septi pellucidi and atrium of the lateral
ventricles are normal. The foetal cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral spine were
imaged in the longitudinal and transverse planes with no abnormality noted.
5. MSS No abnormality detected in the limbs, hands, feet and vertebral spines.
No masses seen in the trunk. Nil defects in the dorsal and ventral trunk. 3 vessel
cord and abdominal cord insertion were visualised without evidence of anomaly.
The skin thickness is within normal limits.
6. GIT The stomach, liver, spleen and bowel loops appear normal.
7. UGS The kidneys and bladder are within normal limits. The genitalia is not
ambiguous. The labia majora is well formed.

IMPRESSION: Viable normal singleton.

DR

OJI C.O.
M.B.,B.S

NAME OF PATIENT

AGE

REFERRING HOSPITAL

DATE

SOETAN, SEUN

29YRS

BOB

04-06-14

PROCEDURE: A single viable intrauterine gestation is visualised in right transverse


lie. (pls refer to the obstetric scan report for details)
ANOMALY SCAN FINDINGS
1.FACE The nose and ears appear normal. The maxilla, lips and mandibles
are visualised with no deformities detected.
2.NECK The thyroid gland is within normal limits. No masses seen.
3.CHEST The four chambers of the heart are clearly delineated in the
normal left of midline position. Foetal heart rate is 139bpm. Nil cysts.
4.CNS The cerebellum is visualised. The cisterna magna and lateral
ventricular width are within normal limits. The cavum septi pellucidi and
atrium of the lateral ventricles are normal. The foetal cervical, thoracic,
lumbar and sacral spine were imaged in the longitudinal and transverse
planes with no abnormality noted.
5.MSS No abnormality detected in the limbs, hands, feet and vertebral
spines. No masses seen in the trunk. Nil defects in the dorsal and ventral
trunk. 3 vessel cord and abdominal cord insertion were visualised without
evidence of anomaly. The skin thickness is within normal limits.

6.GIT The stomach, liver, spleen and bowel loops appear normal.
7.UGS The kidneys and bladder are within normal limits. The genitalia is
not ambiguous. The scrotal sac is seen with both testis. The penile shaft is
well formed.

IMPRESSION: Viable normal singleton.

OJI C.O.
M.B.,B.S

DR

NAME OF PATIENT

AGE

REFERRING HOSPITAL

DATE

OYEFODUNRIN, REMI

AD

PVT

01-08-14

PROCEDURE: A single viable intrauterine gestation is visualised in longitudinal lie


and cephalic presentation and scanned using a convex probe in both two and four
dimensional scan formats. (pls refer to the obstetric scan report for details).
ANOMALY SCAN FINDINGS
1. FACE The nose and ears appear normal. The maxilla, lips and mandibles are
visualised with no deformities detected.
2. NECK The thyroid gland is within normal limits. No masses seen.
3. CHEST The four chambers of the heart are clearly delineated in the normal left
of midline position. Average foetal heart rate is 146bpm. Nil cysts.
4. CNS The cerebellum is visualised. The cisterna magna and lateral ventricular
width are within normal limits. The cavum septi pellucidi and atrium of the lateral
ventricles are normal. The foetal cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral spine were
imaged in the longitudinal and transverse planes with no abnormality noted.
5. MSS No abnormality detected in the limbs, hands, feet and vertebral spines.
No masses seen in the trunk. Nil defects in the dorsal and ventral trunk. 3 vessel
cord and abdominal cord insertion were visualised without evidence of anomaly.
The skin thickness is within normal limits.
6. GIT The stomach, liver, spleen and bowel loops appear normal.
7. UGS The kidneys and bladder are within normal limits. The genitalia is not
ambiguous. The labia majora is well formed.

IMPRESSION: Viable normal singleton.

DR OJI C.O.
M.B.,B.S

NAME OF PATIENT

AGE

REFERRING HOSPITAL

DATE

OKORO, OMOSIVIE

AD

ROCK FOUNDATION

22-09-14

PROCEDURE: A single viable intrauterine gestation is visualised in longitudinal lie


and cephalic presentation and scanned using a convex probe in both two and four
dimensional scan formats. (pls refer to the obstetric scan report for details).
ANOMALY SCAN FINDINGS
1. FACE The nose and ears appear normal. The maxilla, lips and mandibles are
visualised with no deformities detected.
2. NECK The thyroid gland is within normal limits. No masses seen.
3. CHEST The four chambers of the heart are clearly delineated in the normal left
of midline position. Average foetal heart rate is 150bpm. Nil cysts.
4. CNS The cerebellum is visualised. The cisterna magna and lateral ventricular
width are within normal limits. However, while the right choroid plexus is seen with
normal contour, the left choroid plexus is sighted with a cyst in its terminal (distal)
aspect measuring 0.78cm by 0.77cm. The cavum septi pellucidi and atrium of the
lateral ventricles are normal. The foetal cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral spines
were imaged in the longitudinal and transverse planes with no abnormality noted.
5. MSS No abnormality detected in the limbs, hands, feet and vertebral spines.
No masses seen in the trunk. Nil defects in the dorsal and ventral trunk. 3 vessel
cord and abdominal cord insertion were visualised without evidence of anomaly.
The skin thickness is within normal limits.
6. GIT The stomach, liver, spleen and bowel loops appear normal.
7. UGS The kidneys and bladder are within normal limits. The genitalia is not
ambiguous. The labia majora is well formed.

IMPRESSION: Choroid plexus cyst (left).

DR OJI C.O.
M.B.,B.S

NAME OF PATIENT

AGE

REFERRING HOSPITAL

DATE

ADEBIYI, BUKOLA

35YRS

RAMC

24-10-14

PROCEDURE: A single viable intrauterine gestation is visualised in longitudinal lie


and cephalic presentation. (pls refer to the obstetric scan report for details)
ANOMALY SCAN FINDINGS
15. FACE The nose and ears appear normal. The maxilla, lips and
mandibles are visualised with no deformities detected.
16. NECK No masses seen.
17. CHEST The four chambers of the heart are clearly delineated in the
normal left of midline position. Foetal heart rate is 140bpm. Nil cysts.
18. CNS The cerebellum is visualised. The cisterna magna and lateral
ventricular width are within normal limits. The cavum septi pellucidi and
atrium of the lateral ventricles are normal. The foetal cervical, thoracic,
lumbar and sacral spine were imaged in the longitudinal and transverse
planes with no abnormality noted.
19. MSS No abnormality detected in the limbs, hands, feet and vertebral
spines. No masses seen in the trunk. Nil defects in the dorsal and ventral
trunk. 3 vessel cord and abdominal cord insertion were visualised without
evidence of anomaly. The skin thickness is within normal limits.
20. GIT The stomach, liver, spleen and bowel loops appear normal.
21. UGS The kidneys and bladder are within normal limits. The genitalia
is not ambiguous. The scrotal sac is seen with both testes. The penile
shaft is well formed.

IMPRESSION: Viable normal singleton.

ALAKA A.H.
M.B.,B.S

DR

NAME OF PATIENT

AGE

OYENEYE, KARIMAT

AD

REFERRING
HOSPITAL
AGH

DATE
31-10-14

PROCEDURE: A single viable intrauterine gestation is visualised in longitudinal lie


and cephalic presentation and scanned using a convex probe in both two and four
dimensional scan formats. (pls refer to the obstetric scan report for details).
ANOMALY SCAN FINDINGS
1. FACE The nose and ears appear normal. The maxilla, lips and mandibles are
visualised with no deformities detected.
2. NECK No masses seen.
3. CHEST The four chambers of the heart are clearly delineated in the normal left
of midline position. Average foetal heart rate is 146bpm. Nil cysts.
4. CNS The cerebellum is visualised. The cisterna magna and lateral ventricular
width are within normal limits. The cavum septi pellucidi and atrium of the lateral
ventricles are normal. The foetal cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral spine were
imaged in the longitudinal and transverse planes with no abnormality noted.
5. MSS No abnormality detected in the limbs, hands, feet and vertebral spines.
No masses seen in the trunk. Nil defects in the dorsal and ventral trunk. 3 vessel
cord and abdominal cord insertion were visualised without evidence of anomaly.
The skin thickness is within normal limits.
6. GIT The stomach, liver, spleen and bowel loops appear normal.
7. UGS The kidneys appears normal in position however the kidney is enlarged
(7.8cm by 5.0cm) with multiple non communicating calyces, thinning of cortical the
wall and loss of renal sinus are noted indicative multicystic kidney. The urinary
bladder is not affected.

IMPRESSION: Left Multicystic Kidney.

DR ALAKA A.H.
M.B.,B.S