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Congenital heart disease and extracardiac anomalies: associations and indications for fetal echocardiography
The frequency of aneuploidy in prenatally diagnosed congenital heart disease: an indication for fetal karyotyping
Independent effects of maternal age and birth order on the incidence of selected congenital malformations
The causes and underlying developmental mechanisms of congenital cardiovascular malformations: a critical review
Birth outcomes of cases with isolated atrial septal defect type II--a population-based case-control study
Infant mortality from spina bifida, congenitalhydrocephalus, monstrosity, and congenital dseases of the cardiovascular system in England and Wales
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