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Genetic Counseling

  • Marion S. Verp

Abstract

Parental genetic history is essential for appropriate genetic counseling either prior to or early in pregnancy.

Keywords

Genetic Counseling Sickle Cell Disease Spontaneous Abortion Artificial Insemination Pyloric Stenosis 
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