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Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy


Title Abbreviation
Fetal Diagn Ther
ISSN
1015-3837
Electronic ISSN
1421-9964
Readership
Neonatologists, Obstetricians, Ultrasound Medicine Specialists
Scope
The single source that encompasses the entire discipline of fetal medicine The first journal to focus on the fetus as a patient, Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy provides a wide range of biomedical specialists with a single source of reports encompassing the common discipline of fetal medicine. The journal includes peer-reviewed original research papers, spanning from basic and pathophysiological investigations to clinical studies in fetal diagnosis and therapy. In addition, the journal addresses timely topics of wide interest in a section dedicated to reviews and mini-reviews, where specific clinical questions are covered by internationally renowned experts. Finally, two sections, “Novel Insights in Fetal Medicine” and “Images in Fetal Medicine”, are dedicated to particularly interesting case reports with a special focus on cases documented by means of multimodal imaging.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Karger Publishers
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