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Практические рекомендации ISUOG: проведение ультразвукового исследования плода в первом триместре беременности. Международное общество ультразвуковой диагностики в акушерстве и гинекологии (ISUOG).

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Salomon L.J., Alfirevic Z., Bilardo C.M., Chalouhi G.E., Ghi T., Kagan K.O., Lau T.K., Papageorghiou A.T., Raine-Fenning N.J., Stirnemann J., Suresh S., Tabor A., Timor-Tritsch I.E., Toi A., Yeo G.


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