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Table 1 Timeline

From: Challenging diagnosis of prune belly syndrome antenatally: a case report

Dates Relevant past medical history and interventions
06/09/2018 A 29-year-old Saudi woman, married to a first-degree cousin, was G4T2P0A1L2 at 21 weeks of gestation. She was not known to have any medical illness; she was referred due to suspension of diaphragmatic hernia for further workup
Dates Summaries from initial visit and admission follow-up Diagnostic testing Interventions
06/09/2018 Presented to the clinic with medical report of findings of suggestive diaphragmatic hernia for further workup to exclude anomalies On the same day, prenatal screening testing was done and urgent anatomy scan was done that showed genitourinary system anomalies Patient admitted for amniocentesis and fetal echocardiogram
06/09/2018 The patient was admitted for investigations Fetal echocardiogram showed no obvious anomalies Amniocentesis done and sample sent to the laboratory
07/09/2018 The patient discharged with clinic follow-up Negative result of prenatal infections  
20/10/2018 The patient did not come to her clinic follow-up Result of amniocentesis was normal  
19/11/2018 Patient came to the clinic after the department coordinator called her Repeated ultrasound scan showed severe and progressing anomalies compared to the first scan.
Counseling done regarding these findings
Patient admitted to the ward
19/11/2018 Patient was in the hospital for observation and tapping of the bladder.
The case was presented in a multidisciplinary team meeting with perinatologist and neonatologist
  The meetings revealed no intrapartum management in labor with no fetal monitoring and caesarian section would be preserved for maternal indication. Post-delivery plans not to resuscitate the infant and applying comfort care post-delivery were also explained
20/11/2018 The patient received extensive counseling regarding the outcomes of the meeting and proper plan   Tapping of bladder performed and samples sent to whole exome sequencing
21/11/2018 Patient delivered with no complications, baby boy with prune belly syndrome features, he died within 2 hours   
22/11/2018 Patient counseled regarding the future plan of pregnancy management then discharged   
06/12/2018 Normal placental histopathology, whole exome sequencing result was not obtained due to laboratory error