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Section 1 - Prepregnancy Problems

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  15 November 2017

David James
Affiliation:
University of Nottingham
Philip Steer
Affiliation:
Imperial College London
Carl Weiner
Affiliation:
University of Kansas
Bernard Gonik
Affiliation:
Wayne State University, Detroit
Stephen Robson
Affiliation:
University of Newcastle
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Summary

Each pregnancy is a unique, physiologically normal episode in a woman’s life. However, preexisting disease or unexpected illness of the mother and/or the fetus may complicate the pregnancy.

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High-Risk Pregnancy
Management Options
, pp. 1 - 84
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
First published in: 2017

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References

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NHS Genomics Education Programme. www.genomicseducation.hee.nhs.uk (accessed March 2017).Google Scholar
NORD: National Organization for Rare Disorders. www.rarediseases.org (accessed March 2017).Google Scholar
Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/omim (accessed March 2017).Google Scholar
Orphanet: the Portal for Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs. www.orpha.net (accessed March 2017).Google Scholar
UK Genetic Testing Network. http://ukgtn.nhs.uk (accessed March 2017).Google Scholar

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ARC: Antenatal Results and Choices. www.arc-uk.org (accessed March 2017).Google Scholar
Contact a family. www.cafamily.org.uk (accessed March 2017).Google Scholar
Genetic Alliance UK. www.geneticalliance.org.uk (accessed March 2017).Google Scholar
Unique: the Rare Chromosome Disorder Support Group. www.rarechromo.co.uk (accessed March 2017).Google Scholar

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