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Neonatal length and cranial circumference are reduced in human pregnancies at term after antepartum administration of betamethasone

  • Juan Piazze , Angelo Ruozi-Berretta , Antonio Di Cioccio and Maurizo Anceschi

Corresponding author: Juan Piazze, PhD, MD University “La Sapienza” Policlinico Umberto I Institute of Gynecology, Perinatology and Child Health V.le Regina Elena, 324 00161 Rome/Italy Tel.: +39 3397843942


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Published Online: 2005-10-01
Published in Print: 2005-10-01

©2005 by Walter de Gruyter Berlin New York

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