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Abstract THEORIES OF CAUSATION OF CONGENITAL DEFECTS IN HUMAN BEINGS WHAT CAUSES congenital defects? Interest in this problem increases as the control of bacteriological and nutritional sources of ill-health continues to improve and as the congenitally defective group makes a proportionately...
Abstract RECENT pediatric and pathologic literature has reported a larger number of cases of fetal endocardial fibroelastosis than during any previous era.1 We have studied one of these cases, the features of which were so unique and of such extreme degree that we thought it timely to add our...
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