Has noninvasive fetal trisomy testing rung the death knell for other forms of prenatal testing

Obstetric vigilance for early pregnancy screening has become imperative for all pregnancies, regardless of the risk for chromosomal anomalies.

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Authors

Firuza Rajesh Parikh, M.D., Madhavi Panpalia, M.S., Meenal Khandeparkar, M.B.B.S.

Volume 102, Issue 1, Pages 34–35

Abstract

Obstetric vigilance for early pregnancy screening has become imperative for all pregnancies, regardless of the risk for chromosomal anomalies.

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