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Figure 3 (A-D): (A) Echopsy of the aborted acardius myelancephalus after immersing it in water. The section at upper torso shows the left forearm bones surrounded by soft tissue (Sf) and the distal deformed hand and rudimentary fingers (thumb and index). (B) Echopsy showing femoral details. The full length of the femur is seen embedded in the soft tissue. (C) Echopsy showing the bowel loops. An axial section shows the cross-sectional view of the femur (bone) and part of more echogenic bowel loops (bowel). (D) The details of the genitalia by echopsy.

Figure 3 (A-D): (A) Echopsy of the aborted acardius myelancephalus after immersing it in water. The section at upper torso shows the left forearm bones surrounded by soft tissue (Sf) and the distal deformed hand and rudimentary fingers (thumb and index). (B) Echopsy showing femoral details. The full length of the femur is seen embedded in the soft tissue. (C) Echopsy showing the bowel loops. An axial section shows the cross-sectional view of the femur (bone) and part of more echogenic bowel loops (bowel). (D) The details of the genitalia by echopsy.