P Skogsberg

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We report on the first family in which Rett syndrome (RTS) appeared in two consecutive generations. The index case is a 12-year-old girl (classical RTS); her maternal aunt, age 44 years, has mild RTS. Clinically, the family illustrates the wide phenotypic variability between cases, particularly in severity of neurological manifestations. We have analyzed(More)
A vacuum extractor cup made of plastic with built-in percutaneous silver electrodes for fetal EEG and ECG registration is described. In an experimental set up the mechanical properties of the cup were tested. The cup electrodes were tested on a 1-month-old infant and a satisfactory recording was obtained. During delivery a technically acceptable fetal EEG(More)
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