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Intrauterine diagnosis of proximal jejunal atresia in a neonate conceived by assisted conception technique: a case report

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Jejunal atresia is an entity within an array of congenital intestinal anomalies. We present a case of antepartum diagnosis of proximal jejunal atresia in a baby conceived through assisted conception.

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Adesiyun, A. , Samaila, M. and Benson, A. (2011) Intrauterine diagnosis of proximal jejunal atresia in a neonate conceived by assisted conception technique: a case report. Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1, 121-123. doi: 10.4236/ojog.2011.13021.

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