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Empirical recurrence risk after unidentified multiple congenital abnormalities.

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Journal of Medical Genetics
0022-2593
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BMJ
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Abstract

Thirty-five fetal deaths (30.4%) and 12 cases of congenital abnormality (15.0%) occurred in 117 subsequent pregnancies and 80 sibs of 112 consultands who had babies with unidentified multiple congenital abnormalities after genetic counselling. The specific recurrence risk of unidentified multiple congenital abnormalities was 5%.

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