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Prenatal diagnosis using combined quantitative fluorescent polymerase chain reaction and array comparative genomic hybridization analysis as a first‐line test: results from over 1000 consecutive cases
First, to assess the performance of a prenatal diagnostic service using quantitative fluorescent polymerase chain reaction (QF‐PCR) and array comparative genomic hybridization (aCGH) as first‐lineExpand
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Prospective evaluation of a first trimester screening program for Down syndrome and other chromosomal abnormalities using maternal age, nuchal translucency and biochemistry in an Australian population
Background:  A combination of maternal age and ultrasound assessment of the nuchal translucency (NT) has been used in the first trimester to screen for chromosomal abnormality. In the United Kingdom,Expand
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Outcomes of monochorionic diamniotic twin pregnancies: A comparison of assisted and spontaneous conceptions
The widespread use of assisted reproductive technologies has led to an increase in the prevalence of monozygotic twins. Twinning after blastocyst transfer results in monochorionic placentation; aExpand
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An overview of integrated pest management (IPM) in north-eastern Australian grain farming systems: past, present and future prospects
The authors overview integrated pest management (IPM) in grain crops in north-eastern Australia, which is defined as the area north of latitude 32°S. Major grain crops in this region include theExpand
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Evaluation of three‐dimensional ultrasonography and magnetic resonance imaging in assessment of congenital heart anomalies in fetal cardiac specimens
In this observational study, multiplanar three‐dimensional ultrasound images were reconstructed from tomographic views obtained by scanning seven cadavaric fetal hearts with various congenital heartExpand
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Pregnancy outcome in the setting of extremely low first trimester PAPP‐A levels
Background: Serum pregnancy‐associated plasma protein‐A (PAPP‐A) is part of first trimester Down syndrome screening. Low levels have been associated with adverse outcome as well as chromosomalExpand
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Oral health and pathology: a macrophage account.
Macrophages are present in healthy oral mucosa and their numbers increase dramatically during disease. They can exhibit a diverse range of phenotypes characterised as a functional spectrum fromExpand
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The loss rates for invasive prenatal testing in a specialised obstetric ultrasound practice
To establish the spontaneous miscarriage rate and compare it with the procedure related miscarriage rate for amniocentesis and chorionic villus sampling (CVS) by experienced operators.
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Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing for Sex Chromosome Aneuploidy in Routine Clinical Practice
Objectives: To assess the accuracy of non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) for sex chromosome aneuploidy (SCA) in routine clinical practice and to review counselling and sonographic issues arising inExpand
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Perinatal outcome in fetuses with extremely large nuchal translucency measurement
Background: Studies have suggested that an entirely normal outcome is likely when the nuchal translucency (NT) measurement is very large and the karyotype, morphology and echocardiography scans areExpand
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