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Systematic review with meta-analysis
A single cervical length measurement at 18–24 weeks is a better predictor of preterm birth than the change in cervical length with gestation

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  1. Correspondence to : Dr Asma Khalil, St George's University of London, Fetal Medicine Unit, 4th Floor Lanesborough wing, St George's Hospital, Blackshaw road, London Sw17 0QT, UK; akhalil{at}sgul.ac.uk
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Khalil A
A single cervical length measurement at 18–24 weeks is a better predictor of preterm birth than the change in cervical length with gestation

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  • First published November 9, 2015.
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January 22, 2016

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