Vol 95, No 3 (2024)
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Bilateral fetal hydrothorax accompanying with absent umbilical arterial end-diastolic flow, trisomy 21 and polyhydramnios

Justyna A. Kuciel1, Jagoda N. Sarad1, Magdalena L. Kolak1, Hubert K. Huras1, Andrzej Jaworowski1
Pubmed: 37668389
Ginekol Pol 2024;95(3):239-240.

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