A negative second trimester triple test and absence of specific ultrasonographic markers may decrease the need for genetic amniocentesis in advanced maternal age by 60%

D. J.D. Rosen*, I. Kedar, A. Amiel, T. Ben-Tovim, Y. Petel, H. Kaneti, M. Tohar, M. D. Fejgin

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