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Практические рекомендации ISUOG: роль ультразвукового исследования при ведении беременности двойней

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ISUOG Practice Guidelines: role of ultrasound in twin pregnancy (translation into Russian)

Khalil A., Rodgers M., Baschat A., Bhide A., Gratacos E., Hecher K., Kilby M.D., Lewi L., Nicolaides K.H., Oepkes D., Raine-Fenning N., Reed K., Salomon L.J., Sotiriadis A., Thilaganathan B., Ville Y.

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