Fetology: Diagnosis & Management of the Fetal Patient
McGraw Hill Professional, 2000 - Medical - 1081 pages
A one-of-a-kind, quick-reference volume that offers a cohesive, coordinated plan for the diagnosis, management, and treatment of the fetal patient. A highly accessible resource for practitioners charged with the care of a fetus or neonate with a sonographically detected anomaly--and a trusted guide for prospective parents seeking advice regarding an abnormal fetal finding. Provides much-needed answers and an approach to managing the implications of fetal sonographic or chromosomal diagnosis beyond the existing boundaries of obstetrics, pediatrics, and surgery.
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