Welcome to the forum.Echogenic bowel is a well-defined, homogenous, hyperechogenic, lesion in the lower abdomen, which does not shadow. Your question is not very clear but from the question i understand that your obstetric ultrasound scan shows the patch of echogenic bowel. Initially considered a normal variant in second-trimester fetuses, it has been described as a prenatal marker for cystic fibrosis, chromosomal aneuploidy and numerous other pathologies.
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