Are follow-up consultations at medical outpatient departments futile?

@article{Kerr1982AreFC,
  title={Are follow-up consultations at medical outpatient departments futile?},
  author={M. Kerr},
  journal={British Medical Journal (Clinical research ed.)},
  year={1982},
  volume={284},
  pages={1475 - 1475}
}
  • M. Kerr
  • Published 1982
  • Medicine
  • British Medical Journal (Clinical research ed.)
  • face when introducing antenatal screening procedures for neural tube defects based on alpha-fetoprotein measurements. The King's Lynn study with its low detection rate for open neural tube defects may not be entirely typical, and we illustrate this by reference to our own screening programme. In this health district (about 5000 deliveries a year) we have been screening for neural tube defects for two years, because our population carries an above average risk for this lesion. It is an "opt-in… CONTINUE READING
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