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If you are still uncertain about the diagnosis, the following prenatal MRI may be helpful, although it is arguably neither necessary nor sufficient to make the diagnosis.
Fetal MRI, sagittal HASTE and axial and coronal TrueFISP, at 28 weeks gestation.

Now consider the options listed previously. Pick one option from List A and one option from List B for the final diagnosis.

List A
A. Meconium aspiration
B. Tracheoesophageal fistula
C. Bronchial atresia
D. Bronchopulmonary dysplasia
E. Esophageal atresia

List B
A. Mesenteric duplication cyst
B. Midgut volvulus
C. Pancreatic pseudocyst
D. Duodenal atresia
E. Necrotizing enterocolitis

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