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Absence of stomach bubble on fetal sonography (HP:0010963)
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Absence of stomach bubble on fetal sonography  
By the 14th week of gestation it is nearly always possible to visualized the fluid-filled fetal stomach bubble on prenatal sonography. This term refers to the absence of a normal fetal stomach bubble on fetal ultrasonography performed at around 16 to 20 weeks' gestation.
Echogenic fetal bowel  
Echogenic intracardiac focus  
Enlarged fetal cisterna magna 
Fetal abdominal cyst 
Fetal ascites  
Fetal bowel dilatation 
Fetal choroid plexus cysts 
Fetal fifth finger clinodactyly 
Fetal pyelectasis +   
Gastric pseudomass 
Hypoplasia of fetal nasal bone 
Intraluminal meconium calcification 
Meconium pseudocyst 
Mild fetal ventriculomegaly  
Prenatal double bubble sign  
Short fetal femur length  
Short fetal humerus length 
Single umbilical artery  
Thickened nuchal skin fold  

Exact Synonyms: Absence of stomach bubble on foetal sonography ;   Absent stomach bubble ;   Non-visualisation of the fetal stomach ;   Non-visualisation of the foetal stomach
Xrefs: UMLS:C4023625
Definition Sources:, PMID:20538709

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