The Association of Clinical Pathologists: 86th general meeting

@inproceedings{TheAO,
  title={The Association of Clinical Pathologists: 86th general meeting},
  author={}
}
    than 36 weeks, separately or together, are of serious import has been confirmed and amplified by recent studies. During the last six weeks of gestation the foetus grows rapidly, but the placenta does not. The most important measure of placental function is thus the continuing growth of the foetus. Purely placental parameters would be useful if their… CONTINUE READING