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Hydrops fetalis in three male fetuses of a female with incontinentia pigmenti

Dufke, Andreas, Kendziorra, Heidemarie, Mackensen-Haen, Susanne, Orth, Ulrike, Orlikowsky, Thorsten and Gal, Andreas (2001) Hydrops fetalis in three male fetuses of a female with incontinentia pigmenti Prenatal Diagnosis, 21, (12), pp. 1019-1021. (doi:10.1002/(ISSN)1097-0223). (PMID:11746157).

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Abstract

The present findings suggest that IP might be an X-linked dominant trait causing HF in male fetuses. In cases of recurrent HF in male fetuses, minimal signs of IP in the maternal line should therefore be carefully investigated in order to be able to perform mutational analysis and to offer appropriate genetic counselling.

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Published date: December 2001
Keywords: hydrops fetalis, incontinentia pigmenti

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Local EPrints ID: 189525
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/189525
ISSN: 0197-3851
PURE UUID: dc2b9b52-dafd-4fa2-ae6e-32fb1eabc997

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Date deposited: 02 Jun 2011 13:22
Last modified: 21 Aug 2017 16:32

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Author: Andreas Dufke
Author: Heidemarie Kendziorra
Author: Susanne Mackensen-Haen
Author: Ulrike Orth
Author: Thorsten Orlikowsky
Author: Andreas Gal

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