Graviditet og fødsel efter hjertetransplantation

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Graviditet og fødsel efter hjertetransplantation. / Svangaard, Sarah Møsvraa; Løgstrup, Brian Bridal; Eiskjær, Hans et al.

In: Ugeskrift for Læger, Vol. 184, No. 22, V01220016, 05.2022.

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Svangaard SM, Løgstrup BB, Eiskjær H, Fuglsang J. 2022. Graviditet og fødsel efter hjertetransplantation. Ugeskrift for Læger. 184(22):Article V01220016.

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Svangaard, Sarah Møsvraa et al. "Graviditet og fødsel efter hjertetransplantation". Ugeskrift for Læger. 2022. 184(22).

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Svangaard SM, Løgstrup BB, Eiskjær H, Fuglsang J. Graviditet og fødsel efter hjertetransplantation. Ugeskrift for Læger. 2022 May;184(22). V01220016.

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Svangaard, Sarah Møsvraa ; Løgstrup, Brian Bridal ; Eiskjær, Hans et al. / Graviditet og fødsel efter hjertetransplantation. In: Ugeskrift for Læger. 2022 ; Vol. 184, No. 22.

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