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From: Fetal goiter identified in a pregnant woman with triiodothyronine-predominant graves’ disease: a case report

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Fetal MRI images. Left: T2-weighted sagittal section of the fetus, Middle: T1-weighted sagittal section of the fetus, Right: T1-weighted transverse section of the fetus. a: Images taken at 34 weeks and 5 days of gestation. The anterior side of the cervical region of the fetus is swollen and protruding, and the fetus is in face presentation. The cervical region of the fetus shows a mass with left-right symmetry. T1-weighted images are hyperechoic and T2-weighted images are hypoechoic (). b: Images taken at 36 weeks and 3 days of gestation. The cervical mass of the fetus (▲) shows no change in the MRI intensity, although it does show slight tendency toward shrinkage. The fetus is in a normal, flexed presentation, and the volume of amniotic fluid has decreased. A T2-weighted sagittal section of the fetus confirms the fetal airway ()

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