Prevalence of Developmental and Inflammatory Lesions in Nonmolar First-Trimester Spontaneous Abortions: Raymond W, Redline, MD, Michael Zaragoza, and Terry Hassold, PhD

This study concentrates only on first trimester miscarriages. It identifies CHIV/MCI as one of the features that shows up when the fetus does not appear to have DNA problems (has normal karotypes) and yet a miscarriage took place.

Prevalence of Developmental and Inflammatory Lesions in Nonmolar First-Trimester Spontaneous Abortions: Raymond W, Redline, MD, Michael Zaragoza, and Terry Hassold, PhD

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