Cervical length, multifetal pregnancy reduction, and prediction of preterm birth.

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PURPOSE To evaluate the application of transvaginal sonography assessment of cervical length before fetal reduction for predicting spontaneous preterm birth in triplet gestations reduced to twins. METHODS This retrospective study was conducted at the ultrasound unit of a university-affiliated municipal hospital. The study cohort consisted of 25 women with… (More)

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@article{Fait2005CervicalLM, title={Cervical length, multifetal pregnancy reduction, and prediction of preterm birth.}, author={Gideon Fait and J Har-toov and Ilan Gull and Joseph B. Lessing and Ariel Jaffa and Igal Wolman}, journal={Journal of clinical ultrasound : JCU}, year={2005}, volume={33 7}, pages={329-32} }