Advances in antenatal screening techniques have increased the interest in obtaining a detailed pathological correlation with the ultrasonographic findings obtained before death. As a consequence, inadequacies in traditional methods used by pathologists to display congenital malformations have been brought to light. We describe a simple technique of inflation and wax impregnation for the permanent proof of congenital heart defects that can be used in routine perinatal necropsies.
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