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Quantitative histological method of determining the proportions of the principal components of thyroid tissue
Monozygotic twins, one with high erythrocyte values and jaundice, the other with anaemia neonatorum and no jaundice
Intrauterine assessment of high-output cardiac failure with spontaneous remission of hydrops fetalis in twin-twin transfusion syndrome: use of two-dimensional echocardiography, Doppler ultrasound, and color flow mapping
Twin-twin transfusion syndrome: intraamniotic pressure measurement in the assessment of volume reduction at serial amniocenteses
Clinical and echographic features of in utero cardiac dysfunction in the recipient twin in twin-twin transfusion syndrome
Rapid development of hydrops fetalis in the donor twin following death of the recipient twin in twin-twin transfusion syndrome
Fetal urine production at different gestational ages: correlation to various compromised fetuses in utero
Twin transfusion: pathological studies of the monochorionic placenta in liveborn twins and of the perinatal autopsy in monochorionic twin pairs
Impact of selective laser ablation of placental anastomoses on the cardiovascular pathology of the recipient twin in severe twin-twin transfusion syndrome
Prenatal cardiovascular manifestations in the twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome recipients and the impact of therapeutic amnioreduction
Fetal urine and amniotic fluid in monochorionic twins with twin-twin transfusion syndrome: simulations of therapy
Potential value of fetal echocardiography in the differential diagnosis of twin pregnancy with presence of polyhydramnios-oligohydramnios syndrome
Modelling the influence of amnionicity on the severity of twin-twin transfusion syndrome in monochorionic twin pregnancies
Congenital focal glomerular lesions in only one monozygotic twin related to a probable twin transfusion syndrome
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