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The frequency of aneuploidy in prenatally diagnosed congenital heart disease: an indication for fetal karyotyping
Fetal echocardiography. VII. Doppler color flow mapping: a new technique for the diagnosis of congenital heart disease
Fetal echocardiographic screening for congenital heart disease: the importance of the four-chamber view
The use of color Doppler ultrasound to identify fetuses at increased risk for trisomy 21: an alternative for high-risk patients who decline genetic amniocentesis
The genetic sonogram: its use in the detection of chromosomal abnormalities in fetuses of women of advanced maternal age
Cardiac malformations in first-trimester fetuses with increased nuchal translucency: ultrasound diagnosis and postmortem morphology
Fetal echocardiography at 11 + 0 to 13 + 6 weeks using four-dimensional spatiotemporal image correlation telemedicine via an Internet link: a pilot study
Defining the spatial relationships between eight anatomic planes in the 11+6 to 13+6 weeks fetus: a pilot study
Qualified and trained sonographers in the US can perform early fetal anatomy scans between 11 and 14 weeks
Efficacy of fetal cardiac axis evaluation in the first trimester as a screening tool for congenital heart defect or aneuploidy
Learning curve and factors influencing the feasibility of performing fetal echocardiography at the time of the first-trimester scan
Feasibility and Accuracy of Early Fetal Echocardiography Performed at 13+0-13+6 Weeks in a Population with Low and High Body Mass Index: a Prospective Study.
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