First-trimester diagnosis on chorionic villi obtained by direct vision technique

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First-trimester diagnosis on chorionic villi obtained by direct vision technique. / Gustavii, Björn; Chester, Alan; Edvall, Heléne; Iosif, Serafim; Kristoffersson, Ulf; Löfberg, Lars; Mineur, Anita; Mitelman, Felix.

I: Human Genetics, Vol. 65, Nr. 4, 1984, s. 373-376.

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Gustavii, B, Chester, A, Edvall, H, Iosif, S, Kristoffersson, U, Löfberg, L, Mineur, A & Mitelman, F 1984, 'First-trimester diagnosis on chorionic villi obtained by direct vision technique', Human Genetics, vol. 65, nr. 4, s. 373-376. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00291562

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Gustavii, Björn ; Chester, Alan ; Edvall, Heléne ; Iosif, Serafim ; Kristoffersson, Ulf ; Löfberg, Lars ; Mineur, Anita ; Mitelman, Felix. / First-trimester diagnosis on chorionic villi obtained by direct vision technique. I: Human Genetics. 1984 ; Vol. 65, Nr. 4. s. 373-376.

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T1 - First-trimester diagnosis on chorionic villi obtained by direct vision technique

AU - Gustavii, Björn

AU - Chester, Alan

AU - Edvall, Heléne

AU - Iosif, Serafim

AU - Kristoffersson, Ulf

AU - Löfberg, Lars

AU - Mineur, Anita

AU - Mitelman, Felix

PY - 1984

Y1 - 1984

N2 - An improved technique for direct vision chorionic biopsy that gives a clear view of the amniotic sac was developed. With this technique, used in 48 women prior to vacuum aspiration and in six cases for diagnosis (karyotyping or enzyme analysis), it was possible to obtain chorionic villi free from contamination by maternal tissue. It was also possible to pick out villi (rich in blood vessels and with abundant buds on their surface) found to be most capable of growing in vitro. In the diagnostic cases, the pregnancies have continued uneventfully since the sampling; one pregnancy is now in the 32nd week.

AB - An improved technique for direct vision chorionic biopsy that gives a clear view of the amniotic sac was developed. With this technique, used in 48 women prior to vacuum aspiration and in six cases for diagnosis (karyotyping or enzyme analysis), it was possible to obtain chorionic villi free from contamination by maternal tissue. It was also possible to pick out villi (rich in blood vessels and with abundant buds on their surface) found to be most capable of growing in vitro. In the diagnostic cases, the pregnancies have continued uneventfully since the sampling; one pregnancy is now in the 32nd week.

U2 - 10.1007/BF00291562

DO - 10.1007/BF00291562

M3 - Article

VL - 65

SP - 373

EP - 376

JO - Human Genetics

JF - Human Genetics

SN - 1432-1203

IS - 4

ER -