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High maternal serum-alpha-fetoprotein (A.F.P.) concentrations in the first half of pregnancy were associated with prematurity and high perinatal mortality. 94 singleton pregnancies without neural-tube defects but with A.F.P. levels equal to or greater than three times the normal median resulted in the birth of infants weighing, on average, 357 g less than(More)
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