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The amniotic fluid as the site of transfer of substances between mother and fetus. 1. Origin and circulation of the amniotic fluid



The amniotic fluid as the site of transfer of substances between mother and fetus. 1. Origin and circulation of the amniotic fluid



Survey of World Obstetrics and Gynecology 13: 19-27




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