Balanced and unbalanced reciprocal translocation: an overview of a 30-year experience in a single tertiary medical center in Taiwan.

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BACKGROUND Reciprocal translocation is the most common type of translocation; however, there are only a few studies that address the indications for reciprocal translocation in amniocentesis. Here we share our data, based on 30 years' experience in a single tertiary center, to investigate the rates and indications for amniocentesis in cases of reciprocal… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jcma.2012.11.002

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@article{Chang2013BalancedAU, title={Balanced and unbalanced reciprocal translocation: an overview of a 30-year experience in a single tertiary medical center in Taiwan.}, author={Yi-Wen Chang and Peng-Hui Wang and Wai Hou Li and Ling-Chao Chen and Chia-Ming Chang and Pi-Lin Sung and Ming-Jie Yang and Ling-Yi Cheng and Yu-Ling Lai and Yung-Yung Cheng and Chang-Ching Yeh and Wen-Hsun Chang and Shiau-You Wang and Shang-Rong Chen and M F Yen and K C Chao}, journal={Journal of the Chinese Medical Association : JCMA}, year={2013}, volume={76 3}, pages={153-7} }