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Thomas C. Winter, MD
The Fetal Genitourinary System
Thomas C. Winter, MD
11/20/2016 | Time : 46 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses normal anatomy and anomalies of the fetal GU tract as well as in utero therapy. The speaker discusses normal anatomy and anomalies of the fetal GU tract as well as in utero therapy.

Topics mentioned in this video : Goals, Amniotic fluid, Kidneys and bladder, Gender determination, Fetal GU anomalies, Fetal In Utero therapy

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