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Screening for congenital heart disease prenatally. Results of a 2 1/2-year study in the South East Thames Region
Ultrasound screening and perinatal mortality: controlled trial of systematic one-stage screening in pregnancy. The Helsinki Ultrasound Trial
Familial recurrence of congenital heart disease in a prospective series of mothers referred for fetal echocardiography
Multifactorial inheritance hypothesis for the etiology of congenital heart diseases. The genetic-environmental interaction
Quantitative real-time cross-sectional echocardiography in the developing normal humam fetus and newborn
Antenatal diagnosis of congenital heart disease and Down's syndrome: the potential effect on the practice of paediatric cardiology
Fetal echocardiography in detecting anomalous pulmonary venous connection: four false positive cases
Experience with first level ultrasound and echocardiography for a selected and an unselected population
Contribution of fetal tricuspid regurgitation in first-trimester screening for major cardiac defects
Relationship between nuchal translucency thickness and prevalence of major cardiac defects in fetuses with normal karyotype
Using second trimester ultrasound and maternal serum biomarker data to help detect congenital heart defects in pregnancies with positive triple-marker screening results
Fetal echocardiography at 11 + 0 to 13 + 6 weeks using four-dimensional spatiotemporal image correlation telemedicine via an Internet link: a pilot study
Abnormal first-trimester ductus venosus blood flow: a marker of cardiac defects in fetuses with normal karyotype and nuchal translucency
Fetal aorta larger than the main pulmonary artery on the three-vessel view: Correlation with postnatal echocardiographic findings
Nuchal translucency and fetal cardiac defects: a pooled analysis of major fetal echocardiography centers
Evaluation and evolution during time of prenatal diagnosis of congenital heart diseases by routine fetal ultrasonographic examination
Screening performance of first-trimester nuchal translucency for major cardiac defects: a meta-analysis
Development of the papillary muscles of the mitral valve: morphogenetic background of parachute-like asymmetric mitral valves and other mitral valve anomalies
Evaluation of prenatal diagnosis of associated congenital heart diseases by fetal ultrasonographic examination in Europe
Early fetal echocardiography: heart biometry and visualization of cardiac structures between 10 and 15 weeks' gestation
Application of the 3-vessel view in routine prenatal sonographic screening for congenital heart disease
Fetal Echocardiography Indications and Lack of Association between Abnormal Exams and Advanced Maternal Age: A Cross-Sectional Study - Fetal Abnormal Echocardiography.
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