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Практические рекомендации ISUOG (переработанные и дополненные): ультразвуковое скрининговое исследование сердца плода

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ISUOG Practice Guidelines (Updated): Sonographic Screening Examination of the Fetal Heart

Carvalho J.S., Allan L.D., Chaoui R., Copel J.A., DeVore G.R., Hecher K., Lee W., Munoz H., Paladini D., Tutschek B., Yagel S.


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