Should women with Turner syndrome be allowed to carry their own pregnancies?

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Volume 112, Issue 2, Pages 220–225

Authors:

Viveca Söderström-Anttila, M.D., Anja Pinborg, M.D., Megan F. Karnis, M.D., Richard H. Reindollar, M.D., Richard J. Paulson, M.D., M.S.

Abstract:

PRO: Pregnancies in women with Turner syndrome should always be preceded by intensive screening

CON: Pregnancies in women with Turner syndrome: are we tempting fate?


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