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Effect of placental location on intrauterine fetal development and the status of newborn infants. I. Relation between birth weight and body height of the newborn infant and placental location



Effect of placental location on intrauterine fetal development and the status of newborn infants. I. Relation between birth weight and body height of the newborn infant and placental location



Ginekologia Polska 58(5): 314-320




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