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Figure 12 (A-D): Intrathoracic cyst/Bronchogenic cyst/CPAM typeI or IV in a fetus at 22 weeks. T2WI sagittal, (A) coronal, (B and C) and axial (D) images showing 5.7 × 3 cm cystic mass occupying right hemithorax, causing diaphragmatic inversion and lung compression with thoracic scoliosis. In addition to it, MRI revealed ascites and bilateral pleural effusion

Figure 12 (A-D): Intrathoracic cyst/Bronchogenic cyst/CPAM typeI or IV in a fetus at 22 weeks. T2WI sagittal, (A) coronal, (B and C) and axial (D) images showing 5.7 × 3 cm cystic mass occupying right hemithorax, causing diaphragmatic inversion and lung compression with thoracic scoliosis. In addition to it, MRI revealed ascites and bilateral pleural effusion