Fetal MRI for Problem Solving: Case Examples From the Body
Fri, 10/15/2021 - 8:00am EST
Pinar Karakas-Rothey, MD
Nicklaus Children's Hospital
Gabriela Martinez, Gabriela.Martinez@Nicklaushealth.org
At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees are expected to:
 Learn how fetal MRI performed,  Review some of the common and uncommon fetal pathologies with the use of MRI,  Learn how fetal MRI can be helpful in problem solving and prognostication in abnormal pregnancy
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