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Isolated spontaneous fetal heart rate decelerations: prognostic significance



Isolated spontaneous fetal heart rate decelerations: prognostic significance



Journal of Perinatal Medicine 34(1): 86-87




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PMID: 16489890

DOI: 10.1515/jpm.2006.013


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