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    August 2019
  1. KICINSKI P, Malachowska B, Wyka K, Gach A, et al
    The level of extracellular superoxide dismutase in the first week of life in very and extremely low birth weight infants and the risk of developing bronchopulmonary dysplasia.
    J Perinat Med. 2019;47:671-676.
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  2. DAICAMPI C, Comoretto RI, Soriani N, Lolli E, et al
    Protocols for early discharging of premature infants: an empirical assessment on safety and savings.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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  3. GONZALEZ-MESA E, Cuenca-Marin C, Suarez-Arana M, Tripiana-Serrano B, et al
    Poor sleep quality is associated with perinatal depression. A systematic review of last decade scientific literature and meta-analysis.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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  4. TROBO D, Pintado P, Ortega V, Yllana F, et al
    Maternal and perinatal outcomes in external cephalic version: prognostic factors for the success of the technique.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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    July 2019
  5. BULUT O, Coban A, Ince Z
    Macronutrient analysis of preterm human milk using mid-infrared spectrophotometry.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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  6. BEDNAREK-JEDRZEJEK M, Kwiatkowski S, Ksel-Hryciow J, Tousty P, et al
    The sFlt-1/PlGF ratio values within the <38, 38-85 and >85 brackets as compared to perinatal outcomes.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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  7. SHANKAR H, Kumar N, Sandhir R, Singh MP, et al
    Association of dietary intake below recommendations and micronutrient deficiencies during pregnancy and low birthweight.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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  8. CAN E, Can C
    The value of neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio (NLR) and platelet-to-lymphocyte ratio (PLR) parameters in analysis with fetal malnutrition neonates.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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  9. ELLIOTT B, Spence AR, Czuzoj-Shulman N, Abenhaim HA, et al
    Effect of Sjogren's syndrome on maternal and neonatal outcomes of pregnancy.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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  10. OZKAN H, Duman N, Tuzun F
    Dermal bilirubin kinetics during phototherapy in term neonates.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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  11. YAPAN P, Promchirachote C, Yaiyiam C, Rahman S, et al
    Intrapartum prediction of birth weight with a simplified algorithmic approach derived from maternal characteristics.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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    May 2019
  12. DROP MV, Mollers M, Hammer K, Oelmeier de Murcia K, et al
    Strain and dyssynchrony in fetuses with congenital heart disease compared to normal controls using speckle tracking echocardiography (STE).
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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  13. OH KJ, Romero R, Park JY, Hong JS, et al
    The earlier the gestational age, the greater the intensity of the intra-amniotic inflammatory response in women with preterm premature rupture of membranes and amniotic fluid infection by Ureaplasma species.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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  14. SKUPSKI D
    Preterm premature rupture of membranes (PPROM).
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  15. HUNT KA, Murthy V, Bhat P, Fox GF, et al
    Tidal volume monitoring during initial resuscitation of extremely prematurely born infants.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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  16. STIMAC T, Sopic-Rahelic AM, Ivandic J, Ekinja E, et al
    Effect of gender on growth-restricted fetuses born preterm.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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    April 2019
  17. WOLF H, Bruin C, Dobbe JGG, Gordijn SJ, et al
    Computerized fetal cardiotocography analysis in early preterm fetal growth restriction - a quantitative comparison of two applications.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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  18. SALMAN L, Pardo A, Krispin E, Oron G, et al
    Perinatal outcome in gestational diabetes according to different diagnostic criteria.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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    March 2019
  19. OVAYOLU A, Ovayolu G, Karaman E, Yuce T, et al
    Maternal serum endocan concentrations are elevated in patients with preterm premature rupture of membranes.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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    February 2019
  20. ROTTENSTREICH M, Rotem R, Bergman M, Farkash R, et al
    Assessment of maternal GBS colonization and early-onset neonatal disease rate for term deliveries: a decade perspective.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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  21. LAI T, Xiang L, Liu Z, Mu Y, et al
    Association of maternal disease and medication use with the risk of congenital heart defects in offspring: a case-control study using logistic regression with a random-effects model.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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  22. RAZAK A, Hussain A
    Erythropoietin in perinatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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  23. ALY H, Mansi Y, Ez El Din Z, Gabr Metwally H, et al
    Mesenchymal stromal cells and TGF-beta1 in tracheal aspirate of premature infants: early predictors for bronchopulmonary dysplasia?
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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  24. OH KJ, Romero R, Park JY, Kang J, et al
    A high concentration of fetal fibronectin in cervical secretions increases the risk of intra-amniotic infection and inflammation in patients with preterm labor and intact membranes.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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  25. LEE S, Czuzoj-Shulman N, Abenhaim HA
    Behcet's disease and pregnancy: obstetrical and neonatal outcomes in a population-based cohort of 12 million births.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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  26. OLBERTZ DM, Mumm R, Wittwer-Backofen U, Fricke-Otto S, et al
    Identification of growth patterns of preterm and small-for-gestational age children from birth to 4 years - do they catch up?
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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  27. MELEKOGLU R, Yilmaz E, Ciftci O, Kafadar YT, et al
    Associations between second-trimester amniotic fluid levels of ADAMTS4, ADAMTS5, IL-6, and TNF-alpha and spontaneous preterm delivery in singleton pregnancies.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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  28. HOFF R, Vervisch K, De Coen K, Smets K, et al
    Continuous infusion vs. intermittent flushing of peripheral cannulas in neonates using a needleless connector: a prospective cohort study.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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    January 2019
  29. PREMRU-SRSEN T, Verdenik I, Mihevc Ponikvar B, Hugh O, et al
    Customised birthweight standard for a Slovenian population.
    J Perinat Med. 2019.
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    December 2018
  30. BOUCHET N, Joal A, Gayet-Ageron A, Areta ML, et al
    Impact of the new guidelines on the management of premature rupture of membranes for the prevention of late preterm birth: an 11-year retrospective study.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  31. CASTILLA-PEON MF, Medina Bravo PG, Sanchez-Urbina R, Gallardo-Montoya JM, et al
    Diabetes and obesity during pregnancy are associated with oxidative stress genotoxicity in newborns.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  32. LUMBA R, Mally P, Espiritu M, Wachtel EV, et al
    Therapeutic hypothermia during neonatal transport at Regional Perinatal Centers: active vs. passive cooling.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  33. HAMIDI OP, Hameroff A, Kunselman A, Curtin WM, et al
    Placental thickness on ultrasound and neonatal birthweight.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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    November 2018
  34. MIRALLES-GUTIERREZ A, Narbona-Arias I, Gonzalez-Mesa E
    Neurological complications after therapy for fetal-fetal transfusion syndrome: a systematic review of the outcomes at 24 months.
    J Perinat Med. 2018;46:991-997.
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    October 2018
  35. CHARLES E, Hunt KA, Harris C, Hickey A, et al
    Small for gestational age and extremely low birth weight infant outcomes.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  36. VOIGT M, Hagenah HP, Kunze M, Wittwer-Backofen U, et al
    Birth risks according to maternal height and weight - an analysis of the German Perinatal Survey.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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    September 2018
  37. KONJE JC
    Antenatal and prepregnancy care - prevention of perinatal morbidity and mortality.
    J Perinat Med. 2018;46:697-700.
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  38. SILVA MGF, Gregorio ML, de Godoy MF
    Does heart rate variability improve prediction of failed extubation in preterm infants?
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  39. DE GREGORIO A, Friedl TWP, Scholz C, Janni W, et al
    Emergency peripartal hysterectomy - a single-center analysis of the last 13 years at a tertiary perinatal care unit.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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    August 2018
  40. DUDENHAUSEN JW
    A tribute to Ingrid Gruenberg, Managing Editor of the Journal of Perinatal Medicine and Case Reports in Perinatal Medicine.
    J Perinat Med. 2018;46:569.
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  41. HUUN MU, Garberg HT, Buonocore G, Longini M, et al
    Regional differences of hypothermia on oxidative stress following hypoxia-ischemia: a study of DHA and hypothermia on brain lipid peroxidation in newborn piglets.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  42. OLBERTZ DM, Knie A, Straube S, Hentschel R, et al
    Somatic development at birth as influenced by maternal characteristics - an analysis of the German Perinatal Survey.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  43. SANDER A, Wauer R
    From single-case analysis of neonatal deaths toward a further reduction of the neonatal mortality rate.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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    July 2018
  44. GIARDINELLI L, Lelli L, Ugolini V, Lazzeretti L, et al
    Comparison of two different treatments in depressed pregnant women: fetal growth characteristics and neonatal outcomes.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  45. ROGNLIEN AGW, Wollen EJ, Atneosen-Asegg M, Suganthan R, et al
    Neonatal Ogg1/Mutyh knockout mice have altered inflammatory gene response compared to wildtype mice in the brain and lung after hypoxia-reoxygenation.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  46. WECKEND MJ, Spineli LM, Grylka-Baeschlin S, Gross MM, et al
    Association between increased antenatal vaginal pH and preterm birth rate: a systematic review.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  47. CABRERA LAFUENTE M, Montes Bueno MT, Pastrana N, Segovia C, et al
    A prospective analysis of intake and composition of mother's own milk in preterm newborns less than 32 weeks' gestational age.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  48. PATIL UP, Mally PV, Wachtel EV
    Serum biomarkers of neuronal injury in newborns evaluated for selective head cooling: a comparative pilot study.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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    June 2018
  49. ZARE MEHRJARDI M
    Reply to: Congenital Zika syndrome in non-endemic regions: A neuroimaging pattern-based approach.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  50. DA SILVA MARTINS A, Barbosa Baker Meio MD, Gomes SCS, Lima PAT, et al
    Growth and body composition in preterm newborns with bronchopulmonary dysplasia: a cohort study.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  51. PETRANGELO A, Alshehri E, Czuzoj-Shulman N, Abenhaim HA, et al
    Obstetrical, maternal and neonatal outcomes in pregnancies affected by muscular dystrophy.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  52. ROCHOW N, AlSamnan M, So HY, Olbertz D, et al
    Maternal body height is a stronger predictor of birth weight than ethnicity: analysis of birth weight percentile charts.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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    May 2018
  53. DAYYABU AL, Murtala Y, Grunebaum A, McCullough LB, et al
    Midwife-assisted planned home birth: an essential component of improving the safety of childbirth in Sub-Saharan Africa.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  54. HERNANDEZ-ANDRADE E, Maymon E, Luewan S, Bhatti G, et al
    A soft cervix, categorized by shear-wave elastography, in women with short or with normal cervical length at 18-24 weeks is associated with a higher prevalence of spontaneous preterm delivery.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  55. BOELIG RC, Berghella V
    What's new in preterm birth prediction and prevention?
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  56. ANGUSAMY S, Mansour T, Abdulmageed M, Han R, et al
    Altered thymocyte and T cell development in neonatal mice with hyperoxia-induced lung injury.
    J Perinat Med. 2018;46:441-449.
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  57. RANDIS TM, Rice MM, Myatt L, Tita ATN, et al
    Incidence of early-onset sepsis in infants born to women with clinical chorioamnionitis.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  58. RONCHI A, Ouellette CP, Mejias A, Salamon D, et al
    Detection of cytomegalovirus in saliva from infants undergoing sepsis evaluation in the neonatal intensive care unit: the VIRIoN-C study.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  59. DASSIOS T, Refaey M, Kametas N, Bhat R, et al
    Adverse neonatal outcomes and house prices in London.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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    April 2018
  60. CHERVENAK J, Sawai M, Kabab LE, Lohana R, et al
    Adiponectin concentration in mid-trimester amniotic fluid varies with the alpha-amylase level and maternal and neonatal outcomes.
    J Perinat Med. 2018;46:317-321.
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  61. DASKALAKIS G, Zacharakis D, Theodora M, Antsaklis P, et al
    Reply to: Cervical pessary combined with vaginal progesterone for the prevention of spontaneous preterm birth: is evidence sufficient?
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  62. ZAFMAN KB, Stone JL, Factor SH
    Trends in characteristics of women choosing contraindicated home births.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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    March 2018
  63. KHATTAB AA, El-Mekkawy MS, Helwa MA, Omar ES, et al
    Utility of serum resistin in the diagnosis of neonatal sepsis and prediction of disease severity in term and late preterm infants.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  64. BEKSAC MS, Tanacan A, Bacak HO, Leblebicioglu K, et al
    Computerized prediction system for the route of delivery (vaginal birth versus cesarean section).
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  65. VINCENT S, Czuzoj-Shulman N, Spence AR, Abenhaim HA, et al
    Effect of pre-pregnancy body mass index on respiratory-related neonatal outcomes in women undergoing elective cesarean prior to 39 weeks.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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    February 2018
  66. LUTHANDER CM, Jarnbert Pettersson H, Hogberg U, Berglund S, et al
    Gaps in obstetric care processes - we can only improve what is being measured.
    J Perinat Med. 2018;46:139-149.
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  67. NESE N, Bulbul Y
    Diagnostic value of perinatal autopsies: analysis of 486 cases.
    J Perinat Med. 2018;46:175-181.
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  68. BASU MN, Johnsen IBG, Wehberg S, Sorensen RG, et al
    Causes of death among full term stillbirths and early neonatal deaths in the Region of Southern Denmark.
    J Perinat Med. 2018;46:197-202.
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  69. BUKE B, Akkaya H
    A non-invasive method to rule out transient tachypnea of the newborn (TTN): fetal pulmonary artery acceleration to ejection time ratio.
    J Perinat Med. 2018;46:219-224.
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  70. JOOB B, Wiwanitkit V
    Congenital Zika syndrome in non-endemic regions.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  71. MATTERSON HH, Szyld D, Green BR, Howell HB, et al
    Neonatal resuscitation experience curves: simulation based mastery learning booster sessions and skill decay patterns among pediatric residents.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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  72. VILLELA LD, Meio MDBB, Gomes Junior SCS, de Abranches AD, et al
    Body composition in preterm infants with intrauterine growth restriction: a cohort study.
    J Perinat Med. 2018.
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    January 2018
  73. COHEN WR, Friedman EA
    The assessment of labor: a brief history.
    J Perinat Med. 2018;46:1-8.
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    December 2017
  74. CHABRA S
    Exact days of gestation necessary for infants at borderline viability: reply to Proactive approach at the limits of viability improves the short-term outcome of neonates born after 23weeks' gestation. P. Simjak, J. Smisek, M. Koucky, T. Lamberska, R.
    J Perinat Med. 2017.
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  75. ALGERI P, Frigerio M, Lamanna M, Petrova PV, et al
    Selective IUGR in dichorionic twins: what can Doppler assessment and growth discordancy say about neonatal outcomes?
    J Perinat Med. 2017.
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  76. OMRAN A, Mousa H, Abdalla MO, Zekry O, et al
    Maternal and neonatal vitamin D deficiency and transient tachypnea of the newborn in full term neonates.
    J Perinat Med. 2017.
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  77. ZARE MEHRJARDI M
    Watch out for congenital Zika syndrome in non-endemic regions.
    J Perinat Med. 2017.
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  78. YU J, Flatley C, Greer RM, Kumar S, et al
    Birth-weight centiles and the risk of serious adverse neonatal outcomes at term.
    J Perinat Med. 2017.
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  79. SPADA E, Chiossi G, Coscia A, Monari F, et al
    Effect of maternal age, height, BMI and ethnicity on birth weight: an Italian multicenter study.
    J Perinat Med. 2017.
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    November 2017
  80. MADAR H, Mattuizzi A, Sentilhes L
    Cervical pessary combined with vaginal progesterone for the prevention of spontaneous preterm birth: is the evidence sufficient?
    J Perinat Med. 2017.
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  81. GARG P, Pinotti R, Lal CV, Salas AA, et al
    Transfusion-associated necrotizing enterocolitis in preterm infants: an updated meta-analysis of observational data.
    J Perinat Med. 2017.
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    October 2017
  82. SEN C
    Preterm labor and preterm birth.
    J Perinat Med. 2017.
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  83. DASKALAKIS G, Zacharakis D, Theodora M, Antsaklis P, et al
    Safety and efficacy of the cervical pessary combined with vaginal progesterone for the prevention of spontaneous preterm birth.
    J Perinat Med. 2017.
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  84. RAFI J
    Re: Utility of routine urine CMV PCR and total serum IgM testing of small for gestational age infants: a single center review.
    J Perinat Med. 2017.
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    September 2017
  85. SUZUKI S, Togari H, Potenziano JL, Schreiber MD, et al
    Efficacy of inhaled nitric oxide in neonates with hypoxic respiratory failure and pulmonary hypertension: the Japanese experience.
    J Perinat Med. 2017.
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  86. STANEK J
    Placental examination in nonmacerated stillbirth versus neonatal mortality.
    J Perinat Med. 2017.
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  87. STAPS P, Hogeveen M, Fuijkschot J, van Drongelen J, et al
    Understanding fetal factors that contribute to preterm birth: Sjogren-Larsson syndrome as a model.
    J Perinat Med. 2017.
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