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Tolerance of placenta to normothermic umbilical circulatory arrest

Renato S AssadI; Fan-Yen LeeII; Joseph SabikI; Saralyn MackenzieII; Frank L HanleyII

DOI: 10.1590/S0102-76381992000300001

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