Amniotic band syndrome: a population-based study in two Australian states.

@article{Bower1993AmnioticBS,
  title={Amniotic band syndrome: a population-based study in two Australian states.},
  author={Carol Bower and Fiona L M Norwood and Shantalasha Onika Knowles and Henry Chambers and Eric Haan and Annabelle Chan},
  journal={Paediatric and perinatal epidemiology},
  year={1993},
  volume={7 4},
  pages={395-403}
}
A search for cases of amniotic band syndrome was made in two population-based Australian birth defects registries, using defined selection criteria. Over a period of 4 years in Western Australia and 5 years in South Australia, 25 cases of amniotic band syndrome had been identified as such by the two registries, and an additional 15 new cases were identified by the study selection process, giving an annual prevalence of amniotic band syndrome over the study period of 2.03 per 10,000 births… CONTINUE READING

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Over a period of 4 years in Western Australia and 5 years in South Australia , 25 cases of amniotic band syndrome had been identified as such by the two registries , and an additional 15 new cases were identified by the study selection process , giving an annual prevalence of amniotic band syndrome over the study period of 2.03 per 10,000 births .
Over a period of 4 years in Western Australia and 5 years in South Australia , 25 cases of amniotic band syndrome had been identified as such by the two registries , and an additional 15 new cases were identified by the study selection process , giving an annual prevalence of amniotic band syndrome over the study period of 2.03 per 10,000 births .
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