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Figure 1: (a) Longitudinal ultrasonography image demonstrating bilateral enlarged hyperechoic lungs (star) with inversion of hemidiaphragm (arrow). (b) Longitudinal ultrasonography image demonstrating midline position of the heart due to compression by enlarged lungs (star) and dilated trachea secondary to laryngeal atresia (arrow). (c) Transverse ultrasonography image of the fetus with congenital high airway obstruction syndrome demonstrating an associated anomaly-lumbar meningocele (arrow)

Figure 1: (a) Longitudinal ultrasonography image demonstrating bilateral enlarged hyperechoic lungs (star) with inversion of hemidiaphragm (arrow). (b) Longitudinal ultrasonography image demonstrating midline position of the heart due to compression by enlarged lungs (star) and dilated trachea secondary to laryngeal atresia (arrow). (c) Transverse ultrasonography image of the fetus with congenital high airway obstruction syndrome demonstrating an associated anomaly-lumbar meningocele (arrow)