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Die aktuellen Möglichkeiten der pränatalen Diagnostik und Therapie

  • Wolfgang Holzgreve
  • Sevgi Tercanli
  • Dorothee Gänshirt-Ahlert
  • Peter Miny
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Zusammenfassung

Kaum ein Gebiet der Medizin zeigte in den letzten Jahren so rapide Fortschritte wie die pränatale Diagnostik und Therapie. Sehr schnell wurden neue Labortechniken häufig in der Klinik übernommen, so daß es wichtig erscheint, solche Entwicklungen kritisch zu analysieren und die möglichen Folgen abzuschätzen. Im folgenden sollen die wichtigsten Techniken der Pränatalen Medizin kurz zusammengefaßt werden.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Wolfgang Holzgreve
  • Sevgi Tercanli
  • Dorothee Gänshirt-Ahlert
  • Peter Miny

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