Forebyggende helbredsundersøgelser af gravide kvinder i Danmark. Anamnesepraksis og samtale om proenatal diagnostik ved tidlig undersøgelse i svangerskabet hos praktiserende loege, på fødestedet og hos jordemoder

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Forebyggende helbredsundersøgelser af gravide kvinder i Danmark. Anamnesepraksis og samtale om proenatal diagnostik ved tidlig undersøgelse i svangerskabet hos praktiserende loege, på fødestedet og hos jordemoder. / Lindenskov, Lena; Andersen, A M; Andersen, K V; Hermann, N; Kristensen, F B; Knudsen, V W; Nielsen, H K; Andersen, Anne-Marie Nybo.

In: Ugeskrift for Laeger, Vol. 155, No. 5, 01.02.1993, p. 302-6.

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Lindenskov, L, Andersen, AM, Andersen, KV, Hermann, N, Kristensen, FB, Knudsen, VW, Nielsen, HK & Andersen, A-MN 1993, 'Forebyggende helbredsundersøgelser af gravide kvinder i Danmark. Anamnesepraksis og samtale om proenatal diagnostik ved tidlig undersøgelse i svangerskabet hos praktiserende loege, på fødestedet og hos jordemoder', Ugeskrift for Laeger, vol. 155, no. 5, pp. 302-6.

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Lindenskov, L., Andersen, A. M., Andersen, K. V., Hermann, N., Kristensen, F. B., Knudsen, V. W., ... Andersen, A-M. N. (1993). Forebyggende helbredsundersøgelser af gravide kvinder i Danmark. Anamnesepraksis og samtale om proenatal diagnostik ved tidlig undersøgelse i svangerskabet hos praktiserende loege, på fødestedet og hos jordemoder. Ugeskrift for Laeger, 155(5), 302-6.

Vancouver

Lindenskov L, Andersen AM, Andersen KV, Hermann N, Kristensen FB, Knudsen VW et al. Forebyggende helbredsundersøgelser af gravide kvinder i Danmark. Anamnesepraksis og samtale om proenatal diagnostik ved tidlig undersøgelse i svangerskabet hos praktiserende loege, på fødestedet og hos jordemoder. Ugeskrift for Laeger. 1993 Feb 1;155(5):302-6.

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Lindenskov, Lena ; Andersen, A M ; Andersen, K V ; Hermann, N ; Kristensen, F B ; Knudsen, V W ; Nielsen, H K ; Andersen, Anne-Marie Nybo. / Forebyggende helbredsundersøgelser af gravide kvinder i Danmark. Anamnesepraksis og samtale om proenatal diagnostik ved tidlig undersøgelse i svangerskabet hos praktiserende loege, på fødestedet og hos jordemoder. In: Ugeskrift for Laeger. 1993 ; Vol. 155, No. 5. pp. 302-6.

Bibtex

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