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Fig. 9 | Insights into Imaging

Fig. 9

From: Emergency imaging in paediatric oncology: a pictorial review

Fig. 9

A neonate antenatally diagnosed with a large cervical teratoma. The patient was delivered at 34 weeks gestation by ex utero intrapartum treatment (EXIT) procedure due to impending airway obstruction. a Initial chest radiograph of patient post intubation. Note the high position of the endotracheal tube tip from difficult intubation (arrow). This should lie at the T2 vertebral level. b Sagittal postnatal T2-weighted MRI image demonstrating the large cervical mass and proximity to the upper airway. The patient had been successfully intubated during the MRI study, thus accounting for the patency of upper airway diameter in this image

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