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Figure 2: Fetal magnetic resonance imaging showing a tubular cystic lesion occupying the whole of the thorax with intact diaphragm and liver on the right side in a parasagittal section (a). Small bowel is seen distinctly occupying the center of the abdomen with the presence of ascites (a, c, d) and coronal FIESTA view (b) of the fetus showing possible discontinuation of the diaphragm with herniation of the volvulus into the thorax. SB: Small Bowel, L: Tubular cystic lesion, Liv: Liver, and FH: Fetal Heart

Figure 2: Fetal magnetic resonance imaging showing a tubular cystic lesion occupying the whole of the thorax with intact diaphragm and liver on the right side in a parasagittal section (a). Small bowel is seen distinctly occupying the center of the abdomen with the presence of ascites (a, c, d) and coronal FIESTA view (b) of the fetus showing possible discontinuation of the diaphragm with herniation of the volvulus into the thorax. SB: Small Bowel, L: Tubular cystic lesion, Liv: Liver, and FH: Fetal Heart