Authors' reply

BMJ 1996; 313 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.313.7048.47c (Published 06 July 1996) Cite this as: BMJ 1996;313:47
  1. Claus Hojbjerg Gravholt,
  2. Svend Juu,
  3. Rune Weis Naeraa
  1. Research fellow Medical Department M, Arhus Kommunehospital, 8000 Arhus C, Denmark
  2. Associate professor Department of Epidemiology and Social Medicine, Arhus University
  3. Registrar Paediatric Department A, Arhus Kommunehospital

    EDITOR,—We will be most interested to see the results of C J M van der Sijs-Bos and colleagues' study when they are published. The authors found 96 pregnancies involving a Turner's syndrome karyotype, and in 62 cases the pregnancy was terminated (unfortunately, no information is given about spontaneous abortion). In 34 cases the pregnancy continued. In 10 (10%) of the 96 cases there was a discrepancy between the results of prenatal and postnatal karyotyping (in four cases after amniocentesis …

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