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Long term outcome of twin-twin transfusion syndrome
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    Twin to twin transfusion syndrome.
    • THHG Koh, Neonatologist and neonatal research nurses
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      • "L Collie, D Budge"
    Dear Editor,

    The three excellent articles on twin to twin transfusion syndrome (TTTS) provide futher important data for clinical decisions and parental counselling. We would like to comment on the paper by Cincotta et al.[1]

    We are interested in the incidence of hydrops and absence of end diastolic velocity of the umbilical artery in the cohort and their correlation with outcome. A recent study of 33 pregn...

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