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  • Cytokines and nervous system: relationship with schizophrenia [Journal Article]
    Rev Med Inst Mex Seguro Soc 2019; 57(2):107-112Ramírez-Jirano LJ, Velasco-Ramírez SF, … Bitzer-Quintero OK
  • Schizophrenia is a heterogeneous disorder of mental symptoms and alterations, characterized by presenting abnormal ideas and perceptions, in which the individual loses contact with reality as a result of a complex neuropsychological disorganization, which affects the affective, intellectual and behavioral functioning; as well as inducing a significant social dysfunction. The etiology of schizophr…
  • First trimester uterine artery pulsatility index levels in euploid and aneuploid pregnancies. [Journal Article]
    Arch Gynecol Obstet 2019Prodan N, Wagner P, … Kagan KO
  • CONCLUSIONS: In conclusion, uterine artery PI levels in the first trimester are slightly lower in pregnancies with trisomy 21. This knowledge may prove to be useful in cases where a low PAPP-A level is seen on the first trimester maternal serum biochemical evaluation to differentiate whether the more likely cause for this finding is placental dysfunction or aneuploidy, specifically trisomy 21.
  • Supporting Patient Autonomy and Informed Decision-Making in Prenatal Genetic Testing. [Journal Article]
    Cold Spring Harb Perspect Med 2019Stoll K, Jackson J
  • Genetic counselors have both the burden and the privilege of supporting patients who are faced with making difficult decisions. In the prenatal setting, genetic counselors are responsible for reviewing a growing list of prenatal testing options for patients with the goal of helping people to anticipate the potential consequences of their decision. Prenatal genetic counselors also support patients…
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