Transvaginal ultrasound features of the residual cervix in pregnancy after radical trachelectomy

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The authors are grateful to all medical staff at Keio University Hospital for their excellent patient care. We would like to thank Editage ("") for English editing.

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Kasuga, Y., Miyakoshi, K. & Tanaka, M. Transvaginal ultrasound features of the residual cervix in pregnancy after radical trachelectomy. J Med Ultrasonics (2020) doi:10.1007/s10396-020-01005-x

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