Utilization of Trophoblast for Early Prenatal Diagnosis
Recent studies concerning the efficacy of amniocentesis for second trimester prenatal diagnosis have demonstrated the overall risk to be very low and the results to be very accurate.
KeywordsPrenatal Diagnosis Trophoblastic Tissue Vacuum Biopsy Decidua Basalis Extraembryonic Membrane
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