Reversed end diastolic flow velocity in viable fetuses: Is there time to wait for the effect of corticosteroids before delivery?
Du Plessis J.M
In severely pre-term, but viable fetuses with reversed end diastolic flow velocity in the umbilical artery, there is time for the effects of corticosteroids before delivery, unless fetal distress occurs. Copyright © 2001 International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics.
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