Rapidly growing cervical teratoma – fetal death during delivery

Işıl Uzun Cilingir, N. Cenk Sayın, Selen Gursoy Erzincan, Cihan Inan, Havva Sütcü, Sumeyra Doğan, Nuray Can, Elçin Okar, Füsun Varol


Here we present a rapidly growing fetal cervical teratoma associated with agenesis of the corpus callosum that caused an early delivery resulting in rupture of the mass and neonatal death during Cesarean section. Large cervical lesions may threaten the life of the fetus during delivery of the head.


cervical teratoma; fetus; cesarean section; delivery; fetal death; agenesis of corpus callosum

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