Multiple Pregnancy: Epidemiology, Gestation, and Perinatal Outcome

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Isaac Blickstein, Louis G. Keith
Taylor & Francis, Mar 8, 2005 - Medical - 943 pages
The first edition of this book was a landmark publication in establishing the study of multiple pregnancy and the perinatal care of children from multiple births as a recognized subspecialty within obstetrics. The book presented many facets of the clinical, psychosocial and practical issues of multiple gestation.
The new edition has been fully revised in line with modern obstetrics and perinatology and will include the evidence base to current practice, where available. The text has been expanded in scope to include more on epidemiology, biologic mechanisms, the impact of infertility treatments, prenatal diagnosis (including a more extensive and detailed coverage of ultrasound imaging in multiple pregnancy), and fetal therapy.

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