Increased perinatal mortality and morbidity in monochorionic versus dichorionic twin pregnancies: clinical implications of a large Dutch cohort study

@article{Hack2008IncreasedPM,
  title={Increased perinatal mortality and morbidity in monochorionic versus dichorionic twin pregnancies: clinical implications of a large Dutch cohort study},
  author={K. Hack and J. Derks and S. Elias and A. Franx and E. J. Roos and S. Voerman and C. Bode and C. Koopman‐Esseboom and G. Visser},
  journal={BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology},
  year={2008},
  volume={115}
}
Objective  To evaluate mortality and morbidity in a large cohort of twin pregnancies according to chorionicity. We aimed to estimate the optimal time of delivery. 
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