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English: Ultrasound image of measurements of fetal nuchal translucency, and absent nasal bone at 11 weeks of pregnancy. CVS demontrated a trisomy 21 of the fetus
Deutsch: Erhöhte Nackentransparenz und fehlendes Nasenbein bei Fetus mit 11 Schwangerschaftswochen. Die Chorionzottenbiopsie zeigte eine Trisomie 21
Italiano: Feto di 11 settimane di gravidanza con translucenza nucale aumentata e assenza di osso nasale; il prelievo dei villi coriali evidenziò una trisomia 21 del feto.
Date 8 September 2011
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