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Journal of Prenatal Medicine
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Journal of Prenatal Medicine

An International Journal of Prenatal Diagnosis and Fetal-Maternal Medicine

The JPM is the official journal of the Italian College of Fetal Maternal Medicine.

It introduces the newest and more interesting aspects of research in prenatal genetics, invasive procedures, ultrasound and high risk pregnancy.

The aim of the journal is to focus on the deep interactions among several aspects of genetic diagnostic, with a particular regard on molecular biology, ultrasound and biophysical diagnostic and studies on fetal diseases and anomalies. In general the scope is to publish the most interesting researches on pathophysiology, clinical and therapy in fetal-maternal-placental unit.
The journal prefers to publish easy editorial and mini-review articles in order to build the knowledge for introduce clinical guidelines. The articles will be carefully evaluated and selected to give absolutely corrected scientific contribute.

The journal is published quarterly and the articles will be reviewed by a scientific, dynamic committee.

Vol. 9 (No. 3-4) 2015 July-December

  1. Alpha-fetoprotein and its value for predicting pregnancy outcomes – a re-evaluation
    Darouich A.A., Liehr T., Weise A., Schlembach D., Schleußner E., Kiehntopf M., Schreyer I.
    doi: 10.11138/jpm/2015.9.3.018
  2. First trimester fetal anatomy study and identification of major anomalies using 10 standardized scans
    Colosi E., Musone R., Filardi G., Fabbo A.
    doi: 10.11138/jpm/2015.9.3.024
  3. Conservative management in a case of uncomplicated trap sequence: a case report and brief literature review
    Pepe F., Teodoro M.C., Luca C., Privitera F.
    doi: 10.11138/jpm/2015.9.3.029

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  1. Prenatal diagnosis of spinal muscular atrophy: clinical experience and molecular genetics of SMN gene analysis in 36 cases
    Derakhshan S.M., Abasalizadeh S., Abbasalizadeh F., Khaniani M.S.
    doi: 10.11138/jpm/2013.7.3.032
  2. Introducing the next generation sequencing in genomic amnio and villuos sampling. The so called “Next Generation Prenatal Diagnosis” (NGPD)
    Giorlandino C., Mesoraca A., Bizzoco D., Dello Russo C., Cima A., Di Giacomo G., Cignini P., Padula F., Dugo N., D'Emidio L., Brizzi C., Raffio R., Milite V., Mangiafico L., Coco C., Carcioppolo O., Vigna R., Mastrandrea M., Mobili L.
    doi: 10.11138/jpm/2014.8.1.001
  3. Effect of vaginally administered DHA fatty acids on pregnancy outcome in high risk pregnancies for preterm delivery: a double blinded randomised controlled trial
    Giorlandino C., Brizzi C., Giorlandino M., Taramanni C., Mastrandrea M.L., Coco C., Mangiafico L., Cignini P., D'Emidio L., Raffio R., Padula F., Sebastianelli A., Nanni C., Carcioppolo O., Lena A., Giorgio E., Dugo N., Milite V., Lippa A., Vigna R., Giannarelli D., Mobili L.
    doi: 10.11138/jpm/2013.7.3.042
  4. Next generation sequencing in the identification of a rare genetic disease from preconceptional couple screening to preimplantation genetic diagnosis
    Dello Russo C., Di Giacomo G., Mesoraca A., D'Emidio L., Iaconianni P., Minutolo E., Lippa A., Giorlandino C.
    doi: 10.11138/jpm/2014.8.1.017
  5. Position Statement from the Italian College of Fetal Maternal Medicine Non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) by maternal plasma DNA sequencing

    doi: 10.11138/jpm/2013.7.2.019
  6. Marfan’s syndrome and pregnancy: a good maternal and fetal outcome
    Carboni S., Capucci R., Pivato E., Poggi A., Patella A.
    doi: 10.11138/jpm/2013.7.2.021
  7. Prenatal diagnosis of giant cardiac rhabdomyoma with fetal hydrops in tuberous sclerosis
    Schlaegel F., Takacs Z., Solomayer E.F., Abdul-Kaliq H., Meyberg-Solomayer G.
    doi: 10.11138/jpm/2013.7.3.039
  8. Sjögren’s syndrome associated with antiphospholipid syndrome and fetal myocardial echogenicity: case report
    Giacobbe A., Grasso R., Foti G., Interdonato M.L., Mancuso A.
    doi: 10.11138/jpm/2013.7.2.029
  9. Case report of prenatal diagnosis of Stüve-Wiedemann Syndrome in a woman with another child affected too
    Catavorello A., Vitale S.G., Rossetti D., Caldaci L., Panella M.M.
    doi: 10.11138/jpm/2013.7.3.035
  10. Improvement in uterine artery doppler indices via hysteroscopic metroplasty
    Pace S., Cerekja A., Comalli Dillon K., Pace G., Piazze J.
    doi: 10.11138/jpm/2013.7.2.025
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