Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, March 12th, 2010
"However, the decision becomes to treat prenatally vs. waiting until the neonatal period for definitive surgical management. The most common sequelae of intrapericardial teratomas are pericardial effusion and often progression to hydrops. It is these sequelae that tend to guide management," wrote A.M. Fagiana...
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