Cervical ribs are more prevalent in stillborn fetuses than in live-born infants and are strongly associated with fetal aneuploidy

Larissa V. Furtado, Harshwardhan Thaker, Lance K. Erickson, Brian H. Shirts, John M. Opitz

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