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Trisomy 18 is the second most common trisomy syndrome. Sonographically, trisomy 18 syndrome can present with a wide range of fetal anomalies. The specific anomalies discussed in this report include choroid plexus cysts, agenesis of the corpus callosum, cleft lip, micrognathia, cystic hygroma,...
Epidemiologic studies form the basis for any policy regarding the clinical safety of ultrasound. An overview of experimental design and the difficulties inherent in such studies are discussed. An extensive summary of reports of populations exposed in utero is presented.
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