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Ballantyne syndrome: a review of of literature and a clinical case report

HEALTH OF WOMAN. 2019.5(141): 8–11; doi 10.15574/HW.2019.141.8

Lakhno I. V.
The review of literature and a case report of mirror syndrome were performed. The main role of the placental lesions in the pathogenetic scenario was shown. The high level of the perinatal pathology is a reason for the continual search in the field.
Key words: mirror syndrome, a system of «mother–placenta–fetus», perinatal pathology.

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