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Figure 5 (A–D): Case 2: Three orthogonal planes [i.e., longitudinal (A), transverse (B), coronal (C)] and the reconstructed 3D (D) images of the abnormal fetus show a blind-ending abdominal stump (arrow) appearing as a mass, with a small, single lower limb (arrowhead) and a cystic structure—possibly the fetal bladder (curved arrow)

Figure 5 (A–D): Case 2: Three orthogonal planes [i.e., longitudinal (A), transverse (B), coronal (C)] and the reconstructed 3D (D) images of the abnormal fetus show a blind-ending abdominal stump (arrow) appearing as a mass, with a small, single lower limb (arrowhead) and a cystic structure—possibly the fetal bladder (curved arrow)