Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 15th, 1999
Barbara Ulm and colleagues from Austria's University Hospital of Vienna presented data from all pregnancies referred in the last six years to their prenatal unit for fetomaternal alloimmunization to D antigen ("Male Fetuses Are Particularly affected by Maternal Alloimmunization to D antigen," Transfusion, February 1999;39(2):169-173).
The research group previously hypothesized that male fetuses will be affected more severely by maternal red cell (RBC) alloimmunization than female fetuses (Ulm et al., [letter], N Engl J Med,...
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