Non-immune hydrops fetalis

Asia-Oceania Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
C Y Li, T T Lao

Abstract

This article reviews the various aspects of non-immune hydrops fetalis, including the historical background, aetiology, clinical presentation, antenatal diagnosis and perinatal management, as well as presenting some data on cases of non-immune hydrops fetalis treated in the newly established Obstetrics Department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong at the Prince of Wales Hospital.

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