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Figure 2 (A-F): Antenatal MRI. Sagittal HASTE (A), Tru-FISP (B), and axial HASTE (C) images show a bilobed, cystic, abdominopelvic mass (asterisk) communicating with the dilated bowel (white arrow). Also, note the presence of enterolithiasis in the dilated bowel loop (white arrowhead in A-C). The bladder is not seen separate from the cystic mass. The right kidney is hydronephrotic (curved arrow in C). Sagittal Tru-FISP (D) and T1W (E) images show that the cystic lesion (asterisk) shows T2 hyperintensity and T1 hypointensity. Subtle T1 hyperintense foci suggestive of meconium are seen within the cystic mass (curved arrow in E). Also, note the presence of a lumbar meningocele (black arrow in D). In addition, debris is seen involving the cystic structure (black arrowhead in D). A sagittal Tru-FISP (F) image demonstrates the presence of a double ureter (wavy arrow) till the lower end; the ureters drain into the cystic lesion

Figure 2 (A-F): Antenatal MRI. Sagittal HASTE (A), Tru-FISP (B), and axial HASTE (C) images show a bilobed, cystic, abdominopelvic mass (asterisk) communicating with the dilated bowel (white arrow). Also, note the presence of enterolithiasis in the dilated bowel loop (white arrowhead in A-C). The bladder is not seen separate from the cystic mass. The right kidney is hydronephrotic (curved arrow in C). Sagittal Tru-FISP (D) and T1W (E) images show that the cystic lesion (asterisk) shows T2 hyperintensity and T1 hypointensity. Subtle T1 hyperintense foci suggestive of meconium are seen within the cystic mass (curved arrow in E). Also, note the presence of a lumbar meningocele (black arrow in D). In addition, debris is seen involving the cystic structure (black arrowhead in D). A sagittal Tru-FISP (F) image demonstrates the presence of a double ureter (wavy arrow) till the lower end; the ureters drain into the cystic lesion