Prenatal diagnosis of severe structural congenital malformations in Europe.

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OBJECTIVES To assess at a population-based level the frequency with which severe structural congenital malformations are detected prenatally in Europe and the gestational age at detection, and to describe regional variation in these indicators. METHODS In the period 1995-1999, data were obtained from 17 European population-based registries of congenital… (More)

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@article{Garne2005PrenatalDO, title={Prenatal diagnosis of severe structural congenital malformations in Europe.}, author={Ester Garne and Maria A Loane and Hanneke M Dolk and Caterine de Vigan and Gioacchino Scarano and D. Tucker and Christian Stoll and Blanca Gener and Alberto Pierini and V. J. Nelen and C. R{\"o}sch and Yves Gillerot and Mar{\'i}a Jos{\'e} Rega{\~n}a Feijoo and Radka S Tincheva and A. Queisser-Luft and M-C Addor and Carlos Mosquera and Melanie K. Gatt and I. Barisic}, journal={Ultrasound in obstetrics & gynecology : the official journal of the International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology}, year={2005}, volume={25 1}, pages={6-11} }