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reen-top Guideline No. 20b, Март 2017  Сокращенный вариант. Адаптировано – С.А. Шурпяк
Четвертое издание руководства, первое опубликовано в 1999 году и пересмотрено в 2001 и 2006 годах под тем же названием https://www.rcog.org.uk/en/guidelines-research-services/guidelines/gtg20b/

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