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Twenty-year trends in diagnosis of life-threatening neonatal cardiovascular malformations
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    Improving diagnosis of neonatal CVS malformations – a genuine prospect or wishful thinking?
    • Anjum Gandhi, Consultant Paediatrician
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      • Shalini Patni, Consultant in Obstetrics & Foetal Medicine, Birmingham Heartlands Hospital


    We read with interest the original article by Wren et al about the trends in diagnosis of major congenital cardiovascular malformations published in the fetal and neonatal issue of the journal1. The paper discusses the difficulties which we are still experiencing in diagnosing the cardiovascular (CVS) abnormalities. It is evident that we continue to miss life threatening abnormalities despite efforts to imp...

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