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Advances and Updates in Fetal and Neonatal Surgery
KuoJen Tsao,Hanmin Lee, Editor

Fetal surgery has matured from a field of case reports and single-institution, small case series to national and international registries and prospective randomized trials with rigorous scientific methodology. These efforts have been largely driven by collaborative fetal care consortia, such as the International Fetal Medicine and Surgery Society, Eurofetus, and the North American Fetal Therapy Network. Only with such collaboration across multiple centers can the field of fetal intervention, encumbered by relatively small numbers of cases at each center, best share data and analyze results.

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