M S Robaina-Castellanos

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Three hundred and forty-three Cuban women at risk of having children with sickle cell anaemia or sickle cell-haemoglobin C disease were interviewed 2-8 years after the index pregnancy (that in which their risk was detected). The aim was to collect information on their attitude towards prenatal diagnosis in subsequent pregnancies. Twenty-two per cent(More)
AIM To carry out a review of the definition and classification of cerebral palsy (CP) from a historical point of view and in the light of current knowledge. DEVELOPMENT Defining and classifying CP in the medical literature have been difficult to achieve. The different definitions and classifications have represented a limitation when it comes to(More)
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